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When I say, "I don't like milk." Should the person respond "me either" meaning, I don't like milk either? If they respond "me neither" isn't that a double negative?

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  1. No, they would say me neither. It's not a double negative (because the only negative word is neither).

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  2. I think the grammatically correct answer should really be: "neither do I"

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