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In the comments, explain why you chose your answer and what you might do with that power. Have a great Friday! ~Phil
Had trouble with the vote. But I’d want my superpower to be mind reading.
I don’t really know just think it would be handy to know.
Wouldn’t you worry about learning things about people that you didn’t want to know?
Not really. I think the advantage would be greater than the downsides.
I want to be able to fart cupcakes. Because who doesn’t want a free cupcake?
You’d be very popular at Birthday parties
Hm. I think those results have been tampered with.
Why? What did you vote for? And why?
that is my secret power. to keep my vote a secret. heh.
I’m slightly dorkie @ 5:30 am.
So am I, that’s what leads to most of my blog posts
Flying!!! Less time in traffic plus excellent views always
I chose time travel. Probably a bad idea because I couldn’t resist tinkering with ‘fixed points’ in time (ala the doctor) and I’d have paradoxes tearing apart the fabric of space time. Actually I just want to go back to kindergarten and punch Linda K in the nose…
LOL. You could probably still find her and do it now
I should! 😀
What did she do to you?
First day of kindergarten – I sat next to her. I was one of the kids who cried (in my defense I was only 4, my birthday was late so I started school earlier than most kids) and Linda slapped me which only made me cry harder. What I would have liked to do was punch her in the nose!
I think using time travel to avenge that is perfectly acceptable!
Probably be more fun to do it now though
I’m going to google her…. 😈
I wanted to choose time travel so bad, but I know me. I would completely mess us the world thinking I was fixing it. So, I chose invisibility instead. At the very least I won’t have to shave my legs as much and I could annoy people I hate.
Healing. This world suffers too much.
I chose Invisibility so I can sneak up on peeps and give surprise hugs. You would be amazed at how people react. 😛
So glad to see time travel there. See you back in 1993?
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