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Forums General Melanoma Community So, if you were to have superpower skills, what would you choose? Re: So, if you were to have superpower skills, what would …

    TinaR
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      How many women can you possibly see naked? It would get boring– the good ones wouldn't be special after the first few hundred or so  and the bad ones would give you nightmares.

       

      I would need more than one superpower…I want to read minds, heal/invincibility and the power to touch others and give them my powers ( if I choose).  It would also help if I could have the regular human power of concentration…my wondering mind is one of the reasons I'm convinced I would never be able to hold a REAL job year after year. Oh and memory…I need a little bit of short and long term memory—I would forget I had superpowers and all that mind reading/healing and touching would scare the hell out of me over and over again ( another reason I was never meant to work- I can't remember a darn thing long term !)

       

      If you had the power to touch others and convey eternal life and health… think how many women would OFFER to show you their nakedness!  Your choice was very short-sighted ;)

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