A similar mistake is made when people say Anyways. What is anyways? How can 'any' become plural? Can everyone become everyones? Similarly 'any' will always remain a singular word and thus, the suffix, way, will be singular too.
People tell me to relax... Some say it's the way a language evolves. Do I speak like people spoke 200 years ago? But that is not the point ( no it's not!). I agree that language changes it's set of words, and maybe some rules. But how can one word be replaced by another? Or singular become plural? Can I call you Snehas or Rahuls? How can the past tense of 'overcome' become overcomed? It will always remain overcame, how much ever the language changes. We may stop using the word, but the past tense of come - came not comed!! Even the idiotic, American computer says that their is no such word as comed. That should motivate us, Indians, to try and speak correct (not better) English.
I rest my case with that. You may agree, may not. Anyways, I remain the student of the old school!