Fix vs. Make - as in, Let me fix you some lunch. I usally say make, I think, but I also say fix sometimes. I think that I learned that from my other grandmother.
Slippers vs. House shoes. I say slippers, but my grandmother of housecoat fame said both.
Glass vs. Tumbler, or Glass vs. Cup.
I usually say glass, but it depends on the glass/cup shape and material. There are also mugs, of course. A glass can be large enough for water and ice cubes, or small enough to qualify as a juice glass.
Go Fetch vs. Go Get. I say get.
Be Quiet vs. Listen! I say quiet most of the time, but have said listen on rare occasions. My maternal grandmother said that to the children when she wanted instant quiet for some reason.
Stop vs. Quit. I say stop, but sometimes tell Krypto to 'quit that'!
Sofa vs. Couch. Couch.
Recliner vs. Lounger. I rarely call them anything, but I think recliner.
Ground Meat vs. Hamburger vs. something specific like Ground Round. Growing up, we always said ground round. I never heard it any other way. Then again, that was when you gave the butcher a steak, and asked him to trim the rim of fat off, and 2ce grind it.
Mashed Potatoes vs. Smashed Potatoes. Mashed.
Soda vs. Pop. Soda.
Cart vs. Basket...at the store. Cart.
Shopping vs. Marketing. I always say shopping, but I call smaller stores that sell food, markets, and sometimes supermarkets - As in, we're going to the market, do you want anything?
Silverware vs. Cutlery. I usually say silverware.
Broken vs. Busted. Always broken.
Curlers vs. Rollers. Curlers.
Standing in Line vs. Standing on Line. In line.
Spin or Tell - as in, a tale or story. I say tell, unless it's a yarn, then it's spin a yarn.
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