Imitation Is the Highest Form of . . . Something

They say, of course, that imitation is the highest form of flattery, but here, of late, imitation is the highest form of . . . well, I’ll let you decide:

Edgar says at the breakfast table, “May I have a waffle?”

Oscar says, “May I have a waffle?”

I say, “Please brush your teeth.”

Oscar says, “Please brush your teeth.”

Don says, “Please stop repeating everything we say.”

And, of course, Oscar says, “Please stop repeating everything we say.” 

You get the idea. 

I am sure it’s a phase . . . right? 

In the meantime . . .

PLEASE!

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