This is my favorite example of word confusion in a long time:
"This is one of South Palm Springs' most eclectic, multi-dementional communities."
Well, there are a lot of retired people in Palm Springs...It reminds me of the headline that said a community group "provides memorable experience for Alzheimer's patients."
Let's move on to few vs. less. Here's one example I saw today:
"Why the world needs less 'experts' and more GREAT teachers..."
Actually the world needs fewer experts. Few and fewer are used to refer to things that can be counted. Less is used to refer to things that can't. Fewer mistakes lead to less stress.
What about cliché?
"I know it's cliche, but the more you apply 80/20, the more you come to realize it's one of the most profound clichés in the universe..."
It's either a cliché (noun) or it's clichéd (adjective).