People who sit isle, and complain about getting nudged... (assuming they wanted that seat) haha
I hate the recent use of the word "hack".
Back in my day, a hacker was 'one who hacked', and it had a very very specific and narrow use. You "hacked into a server and stole the data." That was about it. Or if a guy wasn't very good at something, he was a "hack".
Now, "stupid little trick I thought of, and have no idea whether it's even a worthy solution" is called a "hack" by Millennials (and others) now. And these often stupid ideas are spread as "tips" on youtube.
Every time I hear it, I cringe inside...
"I used a hack on my front door knob using WD-40, and now I can get in my house."
No you f-king didn't just hack your door knob. You are a HACK yourself, because you are using the wrong lubricant to solve a metal on metal problem.