In one of the Toy Story 3 dialogues, there's a conversation after the toys were played (and abused) by the children in the Sunnyside care:
Mr. Potato Head: You know all that bad stuff I said about Andy's attic? I take it all back.
Hamm: You said it.
What does "You said it" mean here? Is it:
- A claim, like "You have already said it, and I note it. Don't complain if we end up getting back in Andy's attic, it's all your fault."
- A disagreement, like "It's your wish. Not mine. As for me, I'm not going back into the attic."
- An agreement, like "Yeah, nobody can say it any better."
Which one is it? And why it was perceived like that? I mean, why you use a "You said it" to express the meaning that you think it is? Because from the perspective of my native language, that line can be perceived into all those three meanings. Thanks.