A friend of mine told me that he always dislikes K country's food, and I said,
"I like what you dislike"
But I could see that he was so confused and was thinking what I meant, so I explained to him, "I don't like K country's food either. Then we both laughed.
I think the sentence, "I like what you dislike" can refer to
(1), I like the thing you dislike
(2), I like the action that you have done
He was not sure whether I was talking about (1) or (2), so he was confused.
Am I right?