I opened my eyes, and the words no longer got stuck in my throat on their way out. They flowed. "And when something surprises you and you don't know what to say, you get a tiny wrinkle in between your eyebrows." I reached up to touch the divot, then hesitated and lowered my hand. "It showed on the day the coach told you you'd made first-string quarterback. And it's showing now."
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You will also, of course, have people using the correct form — "Take a picture of my friends and me" — but then thinking it's incorrect. People say things they think are grammatically incorrect all the time. You see, everyone learns grammar, and much of the basic grammar of English is internalized without problem by every native speaker. But there's also quite a lot of grammar that is not automatic or internalized — it's like those rules of good behavior that you have to have drilled into you and that you don't always follow or even learn correctly, like tucking in your shirttails and saying "Excuse me" when you burp.
I was always told that between you and me is a preposition and me is the object of the preposition. In between you and me you need to have and objective case pronoun. I is a nominative case pronoun and me is a objective case pronoun. You also need a objective case pronoun when the pronoun is the direct or indirect object in the sentence