You remind me of prplchknz.I wrote this bit about what if we cloned each other would the phonon replicas be any different. I saw an anime about replacing the world with clones and some kind of mindless zombie fetish takeover. then I said ridiculous, of course we are unique, for to have clones who couldn't have the imprint of the memories and experiences that have preceded them would be like a false life.
and from that moment on that clone would be as unique an entity as the original because their experiences every second of every day would be entirely substantially different. even twins would tell you. that well, cloning is not the way, soon you'll get so sick of the uniqueness that you'll start coughing cat hair just by thinking about it.
I mean heh why wouldn't blow drying your hair and snot running down your nose after a cough, tear ducts swelling as you cut onions or the body odour and sweaty sock smells not be unique?
Aren't we meant to be unique, perhaps the microcosmic cosmology of the fungus that love us don't scream loud enough the suicidal love they have for us.
Thank goodness for deodorants that smell nice.
But of course there are memorably more unique people, and what about those skulking in the shadows thinking omfg, no's I am so too unique, oh yes you are, oh yes you are! heh, of course you are dears, just say something, anything and you shall be thoughtful and proud of being the way you are, so you know, you can be unique_er then you already are!
I like people.