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What do you call the being that is a copy of yourself?
If you mean someone who looks just like you, it is a doppelgänger but if you mean a literal copy then it is a clone
A doppelgänger is someone who looks just like you but is not related to you and may live in another part of the world. A clone is someone who was created using (your) exact DNA to replicate you.
the "being" that is a copy of one's self?........A Clone....a Twin.....Spitting Image....Exact Duplicate......Look-Alike.....Mirror Image....Carbon Copy....Your Double....Exact Replica......Mini-Me..........Take your pick!! I'm sure there's more, but this is what I could think of.........
A mini-me...LOL. Or a doppelganger. I guess it depends on what context you are asking.
a twin. identical twins are certainly copies of each other.
Clones, twins, whatever ever, there are no exact copies of anyone. The physical appearance may be the same, but something within the intellectual, moral fiber is going to be different. Does anyone think the world needs two of me. That would scare me.
Yes a doppelgnger would be someone who is a copy of yourself. Some famous examples include Abraham Lincoln who saw two reflections of himself in the mirror. He turned away and looked again and it was gone. Another funny one more recently is an old photo surfaced that looks just like Nicolas Cage. The question here though is, is he really a vampire and that was him from a couple hundred years ago? Check it out! http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2011/09/i … a-vampire/
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what's the final cost of carbon copy pro (top) outlay been gven a range of cost
by SapphireGreen2 years ago
When and how does it end up that you have a lot of friends and then eventually you turn around and you are alone because you are not happy with yourself? Shouldnt that be a time where your friends are there the most?
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