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A: I don't like pork.
B: Same here.

A: I'd like a hamburger and a small coke.
B: Same here.

Can we use 'Same here' as in the short dialgues?

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    Yes we use "Same here" in short dialogues. However in your first example -- a negative -- it would be more common to say, "I don't like it either."

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