There was a peer reviewed, rigorous journal article that called people who use these structures "but-heads". I thought that was excellent.
Particularly among girls under 30.
"Like, I couldn't like, really understand what he was like saying."
I'm afraid my fellow countrymen are really bad (or good) at these sorts of things. Someone published a book called 'I always get my sin' (i always get my way). My favorite quote was the following (said in the UN):
"I'm a Dutch delicacy, and i'm having my first period."
For the rest:
-nowhamsayn? (know what i'm saying?)
-swag: Swag is loot, bounty, treasure. Swagger is that manly je ne sais quoi that James Bond, George Clooney and Brat Pitt have.
"I'm thinking in my mind..."-- where the hell else would you be thinking, your ass?
There's a substantial minority that do their thinking at a more anterior location.
Especially in Wash DC
"In my opinion ...", "In my humble opinion ...", "In my not-so-humble opinion ...", "I think ..." (We know. Just say it.)
"I could care less." (You could?)
"The fact of the matter is ..." . (Useless verbiage. Delete and start from the next word.)
"... in any way, shape, matter or form." (Pick one, Hannity.)
"Added bonus", "end result", "exact same", "final outcome", "past history", "point-in-time" (Redundant)