u·nique:   adjective

1. Existing as the only one or as the sole example; single;solitary in type or characteristics:
 a unique copy of an ancient manuscript.
2. Having no like or equal; unparalleled; incomparable: Bach was unique in his handling of counterpoint.
3. Limited in occurrence to a given class, situation, or area: a species unique to Australia.

4. Limited to a single outcome or result; without alternative possibilities: Certain types of problems have unique solutions.
5. Not typical; unusual: She has a very unique smile.
6. The embodiment of unique characteristics; the only specimen of a given kind: The unique is also the improbable.
If everyone is unique then surely being unique becomes normal?
You’re not the sole example of being unique because everyone is…
If everyone is unique then you’re all alike and paralleled in uniqueness…
You’re not unique to you’re area because everyone is…
We’re all limited to different outcomes: doctor’s, teachers etc, so we’re not all limited to the certain outcome of the same thing…
If everyone is unique it becomes the typical…
And if everyone embodies unique characteristics then what is unique about the unique characteristics?