How does the conditional + 一緒 structure work?

This person ate a raw prawn and was then berated by his friends in the following exchange.





This is not a special grammar pattern. This 一緒 means "the same" or "makes no difference" rather than "together". See the third definition here.

Well, I think that (=eating something raw) makes no difference if/once it has been put into the mouth.

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