Uhhh ... what the fuck?
And who, may I ask, gave you the power to do that, TIME Magazine? I'm not sure if I'm comfortable with the idea of a bunch of list writing journalists deciding whether or not I'm allowed to use the sentence "His criticism of the latest mommy-porn novel was totes amazeballs". I can't be restricted to your narrowly defined concept of the English language, TIME! I'm a unique snowflake, and my language must reflect that!
Oh, who am I kidding, I completely agree that there are a few words out there that could stand to be removed from the font of human knowledge ... but not amazeballs. Sometimes that's the only word I can find that truly describes the sheer awesomeness of something I'm watching/eating/reading/experiencing. Don't take that away from me, TIME, I'm begging you!
Still, I think there are a few words you missed.
Moist: Unless you're talking about a chocolate cake, the word moist only serves one purpose, and that seems to be to make me cringe. It's just ... ugh, no. Just no.
Hipster: Maybe if we just stop talking about them, they'll go away? Sorry, I know it's mean of me, but I'm a fangirl. We're the natural enemy of the hipster. Kind of like the Roadrunner and Wile-E-Coyote (I'll leave it up to you to work out which is which).
Blowback: According to Wikipedia, the definition of this is "unintended consequences of a covert operation that are suffered by the civil population of the aggressor government". But what I hear is "unintended consequences suffered by Bambi in the film Big Boobs IV when the 'money shot' went a little awry".
Like: Like, I hate it when, like, someone just, like, keeps putting the word like into, like, every sentence they say. Don't you, like, hate that too?
Gullible: Come on, we all fell for that joke at least once in our childhoods. Wouldn't you like to finally have sweet, sweet justice? I know I would.
No, don't thank me TIME Magazine, I'm just doing your job for you. You're welcome.