Get it--copy cat---Heh-Heh!
The problem with plagiarizing is you have to be very selective in what you plagiarize.
For Instance---copying your hair style/color might not be the best idea--considering my less than co-operative hair.
The red hair I have always admired and wanted is NOT exactly this shade of red!
And perhaps I should leave your style of dress to you---
since it might not be my best look.
I do LOVE extreme sports and adventures--but really should remember
the cost of such mis-adventures could be traveling with a cane.
Today's rage of tattoos and piercings--
might best be left to those with youth on their side.
And my love of fast speeds
might be cause for alarm for the local constables.
And though I am "The Queen" to some
perhaps I should stay away from those silly contests.
All to say--with tongue in cheek---when I copy you--or use you---it is the most sincere form of flattery. Borrowing lines and quoting wisdom from friends and strangers adds to the depth and color of my own ordinary thoughts. Living vicariously through your experiences and gleaming from your wisdom---has broadened my insight and opened my eyes to the fullness of the world around me. I am thankful for the richness and variety of experiences you share with me. I am blessed by the dichotomy of perspective you stretch me with. I thank you for your indulgence as I harvest your rich ideas and vast wisdom when I write.
Be flattered--by anyone who copies or uses you and your ideas---truly it is the most sincere form of flattery.
And you should imitate me, just as I imitate Christ.
I Corinthians 11:1