We can't tell you how to feel about it, waflob.
It's non-standard English, but widely used and - what matters most to the majority of people - universally understood.
I got over my annoyance years ago, as life's too short to try to turn back the tide of language evolution among native speakers who have no interest in grammar and syntax. Far worse solecisms are perpetrated daily - chiefly among the young.
As educators, we can only advise seekers of the truth when they ask what the 'correct' expression might be.