That makes two of us

That makes two of us.

Inf. The same is true for me. So you're going to the football game? That makes two of us. Bill: I just passed my biology test. Bob: That makes two of us!
See also: make, of, two

That makes two of us.

something that you say in order to tell someone that you are in the same unpleasant situation, or have the same negative feelings as them 'I found his talk really boring.' 'That makes two of us!'
See also: make, of, two

that makes two of us

I agree, me too, as in I'm sure it's going to rain.-That makes two of us. [First half of 1900s]
See also: make, of, two
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After Letterman revealed he'd made Justin cry, Selena replied: "Well then, that makes two of us.
Well then, that makes two of us," Gomez, said jokingly as the audience laughed.
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He has got another cap now and it doesn't really matter how you get them so that makes two of us who were pleased after the game.
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Well then, that makes two of us," said Selena with an evil giggle, slapping the table for comedic effect.
Without wanting to gang up on you, that makes two of us.
Earlier Clinton, 62, told supporters: "Last night Hillary told us in no uncertain terms that she is going to do everything she can to elect Barack Obama - that makes two of us.