We all know the rule that, most of the time, you can add -est to the end of an adjective to denote the extreme version of the given quality. When this sounds odd, we know to revert to simply prefixing the adjective with most instead. However, there are a lot of adjectives, and a lot of possible sentences, and a lot of people randomly generating those sentences and using the extreme adjectival form in some remarkable ways.
In chem lab, I just do the basicest thing that I can do.Overheard a jaded Virginia Tech student, trudging to class.
The concentrate boom is the boomiest boom since the Brazilian rubber boom.John McPhee, 'Oranges'.