Calling it "pre-owned" makes you out to be an idiot.
I agree, and I also hate things like " on a daily basis " which is " daily".
Many years ago an excited rep came into my shop telling me about this new CB radio that he had in his car.
He said that they had there own abbreviations that they use, for instance " thats a big 10-4 my good buddy "
When asked what that was an abbreviation for he repiled " yes "
I think we should stop calling our generally used language " English" but rather Earthish or something.
There is hardly a country that hasn't been colonised or at war with England over the centuries, and the language that we use now is nothing like Shakespeare used for instance.
( the spell checker here wants me to spell colonised as colonized for instance, a mistake that was no doubt caused by a splash of water on the original dictionary on the Mayflower , and passed down by the Founding Fathers :-)
The Oxford dictionary adds new words each year to keep up with fads and technology, for instance.
The new thumb typing peeps have changed some words to make easier to type on a cellphone.
Let the fuddy duddies that moan about English being bastardised keep the old English grammar if they wish, but use Earthish for general communication.
An old English teacher tells his new class that there are two words that they must never use , one is "gross" , and the other is "cool".
Little Johnny at the back pipes up, " so what are the two words then Sir ? "