Suppose there are two people. One of them tells the other to do something and the other wants the other person to do the same. So, A tells B "Eat an apple", B wants A to do the same thing.
So, B can shortly tell "you, too"., which means "I want you to do same thing." or "you must do the same as what you told me to." For instance:
"A: Eat an apple."
"B: You, too."
So far so good. The answer of B "You, too" simply gives the same command to A in a shorter form.
My question is what happens if the command is negative. For instance;
"A: Do not make noise."
So, B wants to respond "Don't you make a noise either, just like you tell me not to."
So, Can B use the same above structure (You, too) when the impreative is negative? Or must it be in another form like:
"You either" or
"You neither" or
or none of the above?