Red-blooded male to mean 'Can't keep it in his pants and doesn't give a rat's who gets hurt'.
And now some more contributions from discriminating commenters:
address and not an envelope in sight
Aussie icon -- see susoz here for details
conquering as applied to mountains; the implication here is that the landscape is your enemy and must be bested. A great deal of second-wave feminist critique
desperate bid for...
get some traction as applied to anything but a bogged-in-the-sand/mud situation
intertextualising esp. when incorrectly used, but 'intertextualise' even in the correct sense is a little bit on the nose as well. I would however go to the wall for 'intertextual'.
issues redux, when specifically used as a euphemism for 'problems'
losing his/her battle with cancer which constructs the processes of one's own body as somehow the Other, an enemy.
obligate -- what's wrong with 'oblige'?
passionate as business-speak, as in 'We are passionate about our clients', a sentence guaranteed to frighten even the most phlegmatic.
stay on task
they died doing what they loved -- someone somewhere (Crikey? Larvatus Prodeo?) commented after the death of Peter Brock so quickly after that of Steve Irwin (and I'd just like to point out here that the last car Brock had been driving before the one that spun out from under him was called a Stingray; cue X-file music) that Australians had better all stop doing what they love immediately, as it is clearly bad for our health.
(triple) benchmarking -- I can't even begin to imagine what this means. I've always thought 'benchmark' was a stupid word all by itself, but now that it's been verbed (and tripled, apparently) it has become completely meaningless.
More words we like: