Seems like people have previously asked somehow a question like this, but the answers to me don't seem convincing because the source of the answer is not mentioned that's why I've decided to ask it one more time.
We all know that we use 《Me too》 when we want to respond to a positive sentence like:
I like pizza.
We use me neither( me either) when we want to respond to a negative sentence like:
I don't like pizza.
Now my question is: What is the right thing to use when the structure of your sentence is not negative or in other words it doesn't include (not) but its meaning is negative like:
I never have breakfast at 8 o'clock.
I hardly ever go to school.
What should we use when we want to agree with these two sentences?!