that makes two of us

that makes two of us

It's the same with me; I agree; me too. A: "Money's going to be tight this month." B: "That makes two of us—I think I'll just have enough to pay my bills." A: "I really hate pineapple on pizza." B: "That makes two of us!"
See also: make, of, that, two

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, that, 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, that, two

that makes two of us

you are in the same position or hold the same opinion as the previous speaker.
See also: make, of, that, two

that makes ˈtwo of us

(informal) I agree with your opinion; I am in the same situation: ‘I think he’s behaving very badly.’ ‘That makes two of us.’‘I’m bored with this job.’ ‘That makes two of us.’
See also: make, of, that, two
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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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