One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to assert that another person's bad behavior can be copied to that person's disadvantage.
- ‘By showing that two can play at that game, he hoped to teach politicians a lesson about lying, demonstrating that what goes around can also come back around to bite you.’
- ‘But two can play at that game, and they also hinted, quite forcefully, at legal action based on the Human Rights Act.’
- ‘‘Well, two can play at that game… ‘muttered Emerald.’’
- ‘He did it again, and I got annoyed - two can play at that game.’
- ‘Noise… Kemino blinked, a plan dawning in her mind as her lips twisted into a small smirk. ‘All right bad boy, two can play at that game.’’
- ‘Well, two can play at that game and I have recently stolen a copy off a friend of mine, and am loving it.’
- ‘Her mind was made up; Fang was definitely cheating on her with Jenna. ‘Well, two can play at that game.’’
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