me too

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me too

  1. That applies to me as well.

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me too (third-person singular simple present me toos, present participle me tooing, simple past and past participle me tooed)

  1. (Internet slang, Usenet) To agree with someone.
    • 1997 July 13, Rich Clancey <>, “weak lemon and soap”, in (Usenet):
      I was put in mind of the possibility because of a recent thread in which someone claimed that some vegetable which I like tasted like soap to him and several others me tooed it.
    • 2001 May 28, Vegard Valberg <>, “Re: WI Pearl Harbor Done Right -- Part 2”, in soc.history.what-if (Usenet):
      I know me tooing is frowned upon, but me too!
    • 2002 July 19, Ken Higgs <>, “Re: Bring on the Aussies...”, in (Usenet):
      I'm more or less agreeing with you too (but don't let Moby hear-he'll accuse me of me tooing).