I Second That Meaning
Does that mean I'm second to none?
Third, it's not the right sentence, I think someone said yes in some friendly gossip.
Your friend joked that I was in the third person. But it can be seen that the use of the word sarcond is to support a sentence. Example: When submitting a candidate's file, the nominee and line baker must be present. Otherwise, you agree to use the media. The other does not mean to agree completely, it means to support the proposal.
As expected, I became accustomed to humor. I only hear about groups when someone says I will help with their suggestions or ideas.
You may already know that I support the movement in a formal meeting. Once an application or proposal is endorsed, a vote may take place.
Otherwise, you are the second person to agree, so the third word (obviously) would mean you are the third person to agree. Although it's not really appropriate and is never used in serious situations, third, fourth, etc., it only means that you are fine with it.