You should be yourself and act normal, not imitating others... There are three important virtues: cleanliness, order, and sincerity, but of these three, the greatest and most important is sincerity:
To thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man.
You should be true to yourself and true to your others, and not try to be anybody or anything else than what you are and what you have that makes you happy.
Unless it seems useful for a good purpose.
You see, the world is like the Matrix. Some of us are real people, but most the people you see are like zombies. Not zombies like they don't feel pain or have feelings (they do), but zombies in that they have no control over their lives and what they think and feel, and have very little perception. In reaction to dhamma, more often than not they simply copy it out of obsession. Eventually, this corrupts it by flooding it with the same data, cutting off the flow of information, like a DDOS attack on computer systems... If that's a bad analogy, think of it like this:
You like a file on your hard drive. So you copy it. Then you copy it again and again. Eventually, your hard drive would be full and how would that be any good?