i've said that on occasion, but mostly just call them tennis shoes. and never thought about it but having called them that all my life i have never played a legit game of tennis! played racket ball before, that's fun.
My grandparents were from Minnesota, and I seem to recall my grandma calling the last meal supper. I once worked with a guy in Iowa who even called the midday meal dinner. That's pretty old terminology!
Grocery cart, spout [at least that's what my grand parents call it, for me it's all just a hose], bubbler, bag [so creative I know] sub, fan [usually let me tell you can... Doesn't matter if you know them or not]
EVERYONE CALLS THESE THINGS DIFFERENTLY DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU'RE FROM, NAME THEM IN YOUR REGIONAL DIALECT AND GIVE EXAMPLES OF OTHER THINGS THAT ONLY YOUR REGION SAYS; HOW YOU ADDRESS OR REFER TO A GROUP OF PEOPLE; MY ANSWERS IN ORDER ARE BUGGY, SPIGOT, WATER FOUNTAIN, SACK, SODA, SUB SANDWICH, AND "Y'ALL"
hotkeys: D = random, W = like, S = dislike, A = back