I love the verbing of words; I think it's fun.
(OK, OK, I won't do it "in print," but I still think it's fun.)
I haven't decided how I feel about the nouning of words. I don't love it when there already exists a decent and useful noun, but sometimes it's fun.
I hadn't spotted this, but Slate has: using the verb "fail" as a noun: "an epic fail" instead of "an epic failure."
GOODBYE, SCHADENFREUDE; HELLO, FAIL. By Christopher Beam
What do you think?