Idiom: me neither
Note: This is used when someone else makes a negative statement that is also true for you.
Dialogues between two people:
— A: I don’t think I have time to go home and change clothes before the party. B: Me neither.
— A: I would never talk to my mother that way in front of my friends. B: Me neither. My mom would be furious.
— A: Do you like beer? B: Not really. A: Me neither. Let's order wine instead.
— A: I didn't get a call back for another interview. B: Me neither. Let's stay positive, okay?
— A: Are you planning to have kids? B. Probably not. A: Really? Me neither.
— A: I really don't want to go to school today. B: Me neither. Let's skip class and go to the mall instead.
— A: I can't go to the picnic tomorrow. B: Me neither. My daughter has a ballet recital.
— A: I'd never cheat on an exam. B: Me neither. I'd rather fail it.
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