Idiom: It takes two to tango
Kyle: I can’t believe it! My girlfriend still won’t speak to me.
James: Oooh, that’s too bad, What did you do to make her so angry?
Kyle: Nothing! She just suddenly stopped talking!
James: Nothing? I find that hard to believe. It takes two to tango.
Meaning: conflict requires two participants. We use this idiom to indicate “fault,” “blame,” or responsibility for an argument or fight rests not with one but with two people.
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