same here


Also, the same with me. Me too, I agree, as in I think she was lying all along.—Same here, or I couldn't sleep because of the noise.—The same with me. The first phrase is also used in an order for food or drink to indicate one wants the same thing as the previous person ordering; for example, One more beer, please.—Same here. [Colloquial; late 1800s]

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