In "I Like Myself!" by Karen Beaumont I found the following sentences: "I like myself! I'm glad I'm me. There's no one else I'd rather be. ... I like me fast. I like me slow. I like me everywhere I go." I thought that one should always say "I like myself" because the subject is the same as the object. Is "I like me" grammatical? Is there any difference in meaning between "I like me" and "I like myself"?