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Super Hero Fans Share What Their Unique Superpower Would Be

Having super human abilities like flying, teleportation, or super speed are key to making a super hero what they are. Most of us wished so hard that we could have super human powers just like our favorite super heros. The question is, which super power would you choose if you could have one?

PM_ME_COOL_POTATOES Asks:

If you could have your own unique superpower what would it be?

The power of mother earth

Control of all birds. Just knowing that in a pinch I could yell "Eagles, descend!" and wreak America-themed terror from above fills me with delight.

This would be the ultimate control of dirty

Blink my eyes and the house would be clean.

More control over your body is always good

Grow and retract my body hair. Fhaircuts! And f that one hair that keeps growing really long on my arm!

This is going to be a popular one...

The power to pay back my student loans

This might be a possibility in a few years

Mentally connect with any computer and control it.

Finally, something really good!

When I was a kid, I used to pick my nose, and I'd pretend that wherever I wiped it, it was like a surveillance camera for that area. Like I could always see and hear whatever was going on there.

It's gross, but it'd be useful!

Turning a cold into a super power

Combat high powered sneezing. I'd be able to knock down buildings with the power of my sneezes.

The instant replacement power

Always had the fantasy of being able to make things new again.

Car broken down? Poof, it's brand new again. Shirt dirty? Poof, brand new. Scratched your phone? Brand new.

A time master

Unlimited time stop at will, as it acts in Jojo, and nobody ever notices

What enhanced recovery might look like...

The ability to get 10 hours worth of sleep in only 1 hour.

Metabolism Woman!

Drink as much beer as I want, eat all the fast food I want and NEVER get fat.

It does take a super power to get the perfect brush every time

Being able to use the right amount of toothpaste

Materializing through telepathic powers

The end all solution. I want the ability to create by use of thought.

Better eat up!

The ability to turn my fat into money.

A great power!

I'd like to be able to heal myself and others. But not instantly so they wouldn't know I did it.

Wielding the power of the water

Manipulating Water.

Yes, projectiles!

Ultra powerful finger laser beams

Super linguist

To be able to master languages, written and spoken, with only minutes of exposure.

Absorbing kinetic energy

Invunlerability through absorption. Any damage I take I can dish out in equal force. Hit by a train, next time I punch something the punch is equal to that of being hit by a train. I wouldn't be harmed instead just thrown 100 feet and get up good as new.

Sound control

The power to control sound.

Making someone silent when they try to talk, or louder, mimicking other peoples voices/noises, super sonic frequencies....

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