Not a big issue, but I’d like to understand why my comment on the following question was removed. It provided a link to Google Books on the usage frequency of “you and me” vs “me and you”. Curiously, a similar comment, which is still visible, was posted afterwards.
Your comment did not appear to be asking for more information or suggesting improvements. Like all of these meta questions about comment removal, the answer to your question is that answers go in the answer box, not in the comment box. Comments are ephemeral. They are not answers.
“Should I use I, me, my, mine, or myself?”
Your deleted comment read as follows:
According Google Books “you and me” is more commonly used than “me and you”, but both expression are used: https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=me+and+you%2C+you+and+me+&year_start=1800&year_end=2019&corpus=26&smoothing=3&case_insensitive=true
To me that seemed to be an answer. It also seems to be the wrong answer.
I read it as suggesting that the choice of grammatical case for a pronoun is a mere popularity contest that can be settled by Ngrams, rather than a concrete matter of subject case or object case governing the pronoun.
You cannot somehow determine which grammatical case to use by which one shows up more often in Ngrams.
I have just now added comments soliciting clarification about this from the author, and changed the close reason accordingly. I will restore your comments to a chatroom where they belong. They will not lead the asker to the correct answer by themselves.