Bravo... But why should the adjective and the adverb bear the brunt of this criticism. In many cases, if not all, the noun could be dropped as easily as the adjective, while still conveying the intended expression. Same goes for the verb/adverb relationship. In fact a noun could even suggest some form of verb, and so on.
However, it is apparent that within the organism of a given work (or some portion of it) there is a natural balance of elements which is allowed by the work itself. Though, this call for a more careful usage of the adjective and adverb is worthy.
The noun and the adjective are born out from the roots of some antique lineage, where grows the seed of both.
i felt like i was taking a bath in a wonderfully deep bath filled to the brim with fragrant waters and topped off with bubbles
ok, first typed 'bubles' but one buble is enough, michael :D