Bland, uninteresting, vague or generic titles.
One Good Turn
Before the Party
After the Party
Happy Ever After
Counting Your Chickens
You should understand that an editor or a judge gets hundreds of stories with boring, uninteresting, draggy, uninspiring titles, titles which give very little sense of the story.
And if we don't think the writer has tried very hard to create a good title, why should we think they will have tried hard to create a worthwhile story?
The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber
Meredith Toop Evans & His Butty Ernie the Egg
My Dead Brother Comes to America
The Bastard William Williams
The Resemblance Between a Violin Case and a Coffin
The White Hunter's First Man
The Things They Carried
HP, Cedric and the Flying Saucer in Camden High Street
The Best Girlfriend You Never Had
Tomatoes, Flamingos, Lemmings & Other Interesting Facts
Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?
The Last Love Letter of Berwyn Phillip Price
The Ruining of Bridget O'Malley
Seven Hills, a Postman, Silly Money
and so on...
A good title doesn't make a bad story good, nor an ordinary story noticeably better, but at least, if it intrigues it keep that editor or judge awake a little longer.
Now if a title also has sparkle, and/or gives a good idea of the story's content, or indicates a certain mood or attitude, that's a huge plus.