None of the 7 use these words. In my experience, a very common (albeit illicit) change to the words of the epeclisis is to ask God to bless “us/the world/these people/our lives” etc. I know a Jesuit priest who says, “Bless us Lord, make us a holy people, and bless these gifts - symbols of ourselves - that they may become the Body and Blood of our Lord, Jesus Christ.”
The three Eucharistic Prayers for Children do use the words “friends” in the Institution Narrative but they replace the word “disciple” rather than using them together.
For reference, here are the four Eucharistic Prayers and the three Eucharistic Prayers for Children.
Not all priests say stuff differently, but a fair amount of priests say things different from what is printed in the Sacramentary which is illicit, per the quotes Benedictgal gave from the Sacred Congregation for Divine Worship et al. Often times, people don’t understand (and its usually not their fault) that the priest does not “own” the Mass. The Mass - like the Divine Office - is the prayer of the entire universal Church, thus we are bound to celebrate it the way that the Church desires.