Being the person one adores is one of the utmost form of flattery. But when it leads to mimicking movements, then personal identity is lost. People want the opportunity to be great by any means. Not understanding that mimicking or copying ones formula isn’t where the idealistic happens. It in a way turns people off about a person, because when they see the person who is mimicking the original copy they may question the copiers agenda.
Do you copy cat your fellow friends, from language, dialect and even personality? Do you know of someone who copy cats
you? Comment below: