"Sign me up" in informal english

Shinobee

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Korean
I heard this idiom under the situation below.

One was talking about the medicine he takes, and another responded that "Sign me up". I guess he needed the medicine or he reckoned that the medicine could cure him as well.

I think its the humorous way to say "I need it too!" in a poetical manner.

I'm not sure though. Can y'all give me a help..?
 
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    American English
    I don't know about the poetry of it, but you have the right idea.

    You can't say "y'all" unless you're sitting in a saddle. :D And we would ask for "a little help," rather than just "a help," pardner.
     
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    Rajee Devarajan

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    Tamil - India
    I heard this idiom under the situation below.

    One was talking about the medicine he takes, and another responded that "Sign me up". I guess he needed the medicine or he reckoned that the medicine could cure him as well.

    I think its the humorous way to say "I need it too!" in a poetical manner.

    I'm not sure though. Can y'all give me a help..?
    I found it in Urban dictionary. Urban Dictionary: Sign Me Up
     
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