(1). Used at the end of every sentence by someone trying to state the obvious but who really is just painfully insecure. Although used by articulate speakers as an infrequent rhetorical tool, the user here actually expects your agreement. Every. Single. Time.
“The end goal here is to improve our net promoter score, right? So we should survey customers in real time, right? And that’s going to require resources, right? So, clearly we should…, right?“
Props to Tommy P. for the submission.