I have wanted to ask about the proper negation of the phrase "Consider me in", but as I have found nearly no result when I searched it on Google, I need to know first if it is common and correct. I'm sure I have come across it multiple times.
An example (written by me):
Well, if that's the case, then consider me in.
I found only this sentence with the phrase, but in is written between double quotes, which raises the question "why"? (It is the first sentence on the website)
About the second part of my question -if the phrase happened to be a normal, correct phrase- Is its proper negation "Don't consider me in" or "Consider me out"?
As in this example (written by me):
Unless you want to talk about computers, consider me out.
I assume "consider me in" means "consider me included in that particular activity".