I would clone myself. After that, I probably couldn't help falling in love with the clone (despite being straight, that would have to go). Our relationship would be nice because while we would be annoyed by each other's flaws we could never have a proper fight: when my clone would make an accusation, I could always reply "how are you any better? pot to the kettle." And then we would smile and make out.
(well ok this is not strictly true: after the cloning, even a little subjection to different social environments would create differences between us that would merit accusations that target only one party.)
Brings up some legal questions if you already are married and have kids and a wife
Who gets to keep the new you in a divorce for example?
Yeah. To reduce everyone's amusement, I'll just note that a clone would be a lot less zany than people are making it out to be. Nature already produces clones: monozygotic twins. If you were to produce a clone of yourself, it would simply be as if a twin of you were born however many years later. The clone would be her own unique individual, with all the associated legal rights and social recognition, but would share your genetic code.
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