I'm glad I'm not the only one who really hates this. I hear it all the time, e.g. On TV shows, films, the radio and in general conversation.
I moved to Poland from the UK a few months ago. One of the main reasons I did this was to experience a new culture and also to learn the language. I think it annoys me because
a) When I try to speak Polish, people (especially the younger ones) simply reply to me in English. If I'm making the effort to learn and speak your language, at least have the decency to talk back to me in Polish. This is also very hypocritical because I often hear people complaining that foreigners (especially English) come to Poland and don't bother learning even basic Polish. You should be proud of your language, not butchering it with English words, which quite frankly sound so wrong when used in a Polish sentence.
b) I came here to experience a different culture. It saddens me when I see everything becoming Americanised. People say this is progress, I see it as the slow and gradual decline of a culture.
There are anglicisms in each language.
Maybe so, but when you already have a word in your own language for it, why replace it with an English word??