"I never answered the phone!"
You've never answered a phone in your life? Then no wonder you missed my call! Oh, you mean that you didn't answer that particular call. When did "never" start applying to individual events?
For that matter,
"I always thought it was spelled with a 'k'."
Newt or Knewt, I could understand a mistake. But wouldn't "I thought it was spelled with a 'k'" be sufficient? Were you trying to distinguish your experiences from someone who once thought there was a 'k', then learned differently, but has been suffering a relapse?
At least half of the time I hear the words "never" and "always" they are unnecessary.
"He was literally three feet taller than her!"
Yes, that man is seven feet tall and his wife is four feet tall. Oh, you were exaggerating? Maybe I would have known that if you hadn't used the word "Literally" when you were speaking figuratively.
"Unique" does not mean unusual, rare, or cute.
You can not be, "Very unique."
"Could I get a random cigarette?"
Oh? As opposed to any particular cigarette? Would you like me to shuffle the pack before I offer you one? Unless you are a programmer or mathematician, it's unlikely you need to use this word.
Unique, Random, Infinite, Never, Always, Literally
Don't use a URINAL if you're just going to make a mess of it!