In a youtube video, I heard the following sentence, addressed to the audience:
I'm telling everything to you guys, I think it's better for the both of us
This sentence seemed very weird to me, because I saw both as strictly two single "things". Can the whole audience be one of these "things"?
You can say "both teams" so the two "things" don't need to be single, but if you're in a group with 5 people you obviously can't say "you and I both" to mean "every one of us" (right?)
Is this sentence correct?