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A: I don't like hamburgers. B: Me, ____.

Which do you think is correct, either or neither?
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ejul_1603So which one? me neither or me either?
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You might hear some people say "me either" instead of "me neither", but I don't know how common that is, and where it is used. As long as I know, "me neither" is the most common by far, so you can just remember that one, and forget about "me either". If one day you hear "me either", you will know what it means anyway.
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me neither (informal)

neither do I (formal)
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me neither is correct
When you are saying "I" and "me", you refer to the same person, isn't it? This is what I believe in.
So which one? me neither or me either?
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