No, we were having a conversation; it was an English Club. The interviewer was there and he was an interview of IELTS test. I was talking to the interviewer, a woman was trying to take a photo of him. I hope I've made myself clear.Your context is a little confusing. There's "I", "an interviewer", "a woman", "the interview" (is that the interviewer or the interviewee), "him" and "he". How many people are there?
Thank you so much, Lingo.It doesn’t strike me as particularly rude. And “don’t include me” is a natural phrase, but too vague for this situation, unless you explain what you don’t want to be included in.
Hello Lingobingo. In order to provide complete context, I went out of my way and found what the man said in the chatroom. The room has more than 370 people, and it's very active. I am sure he was asking the leader (the organizer is a student, very busy) to say something and he said "everyone wants to hear your voice". This is rude to me because I don't want someone might be up to something to say something simply because one wants to hear their voice. This is very different from your "hear someone's opinion", which is good and productive.But, as I said, I’m not convinced that his comment was meant aggressively/rudely. Could you have misconstrued it? Normally, if you say that you want to hear someone’s opinion, it’s a compliment.
I think "Everyone but me!" or "I didn't ask to hear him/her." could work if said in a jokey manner, otherwise they themselves would be construed as being rude.
You could use the famous line attributed to (amongst others) Samuel Goldwyn: You may include me out.