Most people have a horrendous grasp on the English language. And, more specifically, the nuance of good wordplay. They think in buzzwords and trending vernacular, giving a conflated sense of value to their own work and skills. Or they're simply dull.
Words should not be dull.
I went to school for creative writing at CCA, so I've seen my fair share of writers. Most lacked a common sense of rhythm and flow, wit or brevity, and most were concerned with ideas they had little experience in, yet wrote effusively about. Buncha...