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13-11-2013 13:47 #11
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13-11-2013 13:53 #12
13-11-2013 14:05 #13
There is no malice involved at all we just need a little help, what's wrong with that if it doesn't hurt anyone?
In regards to the OPs question, there is a difference between imitation and ripping off somebody's idea....
13-11-2013 20:16 #14Senior Member
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It depends. If I bought a new dress, and my friend said "Hey that's a nice dress, I'm going to buy the same one." Then that wouldn't bother me. But stealing other people's ideas and claiming them as your own is just rude.
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