It all depends where about you live and how they tak. Likeminded some peope have hot dish for dinner, others have baked dish, others call the same dish goulash while it's "proper name" is casserole. Who's to say which term is better. At barbecues it's dogs on the grill, hot dogs on the gril, wieners, frankferters, coneys, dodger dogs or dodgers, red hots or New York dogs and of coarse weenies. Why does the same sausage in a tube have so many names?
Every rura area in different parts of the country has their own unique sayings or phrases = whatever you wish to call them. In Oaklahoma they say it's down yonder, in North Dakota they say its down past the swoop in the road (both yonder and swoop see around the horizon line where you can see.
My roommate says she's going in to water the dogs, my niece says she's 'going in to water the dogs', my other roommate says she 'going in to get the dogs water,' where I say 'I am watering the dogs (severs dog bowls) then I will be out'. In all what difference does it make. It al means the same thing and should only make an issue when your in a different country trying to express yourself properly.
Such as your teaching s child the proper easy to ask for something you don't day 'tell mom you need to cop a squat to inhale the grub' rather it should be be ' tell mom you need to eat something before you leave, make sure your sitting at the table. Both phrases mean the same thing but ones more proper and has better manners, ess 'hip' or modern.
Tell your friends unless they speak perfect English with perfect diction not to be criticizing others or when they find themselves amongst strangers in a different state - another part of the country they wil be picked on for not saing proper terms like y'al or don't cha-know, you bet-cha, ya. I was from the Midwest, first time down in Texas they picked on me for talking funny, then in Kentucky they kept asking if I was some type of English teacher. My first time out in California the police officer asked what part of the Midwest was I from. Go figure, they said I had an accent.