Less is more!
Do you use an abundance of redundance? An overflowing flow of superfluous surplus? Quit being so extra!
Forever and ever
Did you ever describe someone as droning on and on (and on!) forever and ever? Or have you ever promised to love someone forever and ever? Either way, no need to add “and ever” to descriptions of forever. Daily Writing Tips recommends you avoid using the phrase, because forever is, by definition, endless. No need to extend it.
According to Oxford Dictionaries, “new” already exists within the definition of innovation – which is a new method, idea or product. So if you want to win the prize for redundancy, go ahead and describe something as a “fresh new idea innovation product method.” How innovative!