I’d like to order 5 clones to-go please.

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Clone Wars.”

If you could clone yourself,

how would you split up your responsibilities?

When I think of cloning, I think of the 1996 movie with Michael Keaton called ” Multiplicity,” which is an awesome movie, if you haven’t seen it already.

The movie shows Keaton cloning himself many times. After each successful clone was created it had less intelligence than the previous clone, Mr. Keaton himself.

This, decline in intelligence, would be a turnoff to my wish to clone myself, unless I delegate each clone to the right place. I guess it could work in my favor.

Let’s see, to clone myself I would need no less than five different versions of myself. One clone of myself to care for my mother full-time. Second clone to accompany my oldest daughter full-time through her life adventures. Third clone to be with my only son, to make sure he remains a gentleman and upstanding citizen . Fourth clone to be with my youngest daughter, who just turned 18 this month, to guide her through womanhood. The final 5th clone will be the help desk for the other four clones, so I can live in bora bora worry free.

That theory works out great in my head, reality may prove another ending since we have yet been able to harness human emotion.

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