I'm like you

I'm like you

Used to convey that one has something in common with someone else. A: "Ugh, why did we have to get up so darn early?" B: "Hey, I'm like you—I'd rather sleep in." I'm like you, I hate conflict. That's probably why we're so timid around each other.
See also: like

I'm like you

an expression introducing a statement of a similarity that the speaker shares with the person spoken to. Mary: And what do you think about this pair? Jane: I'm like you, I like the ones with lower heels. "I'm like you," confided Fred. "I think everyone ought to pay the same amount."
See also: like