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Jack Morris and Lauren Bullen travel to exotic locales all over the world and share their "work" (as Bullen describes it) on his and her Instagram accounts to their 2 million combined followers. You can hardly blame someone for wanting to copy the couple's lifestyle. But you can blame someone for imitating their photos so meticulously that it verges on stalker-like.

Bullen shared a blog post this week showing how a user went way too far in imitating their photos, down to exact locations, clothing and details. She shared pics of their photos side-by-side and you can see why she is creeped out:

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Uhh..... WTF?

"We work extremely hard to create the work we do & know so many of our followers appreciate this and respect what we do, but this was just next level," Bullen wrote in her blog post, which she titled "Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery." She explained that she reached out to the user, who responded by claiming "everyone copies" the couple already, and adding that she only has 1000 followers. "But that’s not at all the point," wrote Bullen. "It’s not about how many followers anyone has- you are copying and stealing someone’s art to a ridiculously creepy level."

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She said the user, who calls herself Diana (but is that even her real name??), has received some backlash from Lauren and Jack's followers. But we don't know if she'll continue imitating them at this point, or not.

What do you think: creepy? Or flattering?

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(This isn't even all of them)

If you ask me, the most ridiculously creepy aspect of this entire scenario is how much money all of these people have. If only there was a way to copy that.

Sources: Gypsea Lust Photo