If you could choose any super power to have, what would you pick? For me, the choice was easy; I want to have the power to refill things. My boyfriend suggested my super hero name could be “Bottomless”. I don’t know about the name, but the ability to refill anything I want would be super cool.
For one thing, I could end world hunger. The United Nations World Food Program estimates there are 870 million people in the world that do not have enough to eat. With the power to refill anything, I could restock empty grocery stores; fill empty fields with food, or even just empty plates or bowls with more. Hunger kills more people each year than AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis combined.
I could also save the world. Scientists are always bemoaning the hole in the ozone layer or depletion of natural resources. I could totally take care of that with the power to refill anything. Also, if any super villains tried to take over the world, I would have unlimited bullets and bombs due to my superpower.
Refilling things would be a practical, convenient superpower to have. Considering all the money I spend on gas and food each month, refilling things is an easy choice for a superpower. Not only is it a smart choice money-wise, it would save me time too. It would really cut down on trash as well to be able to refill empty jars, cans, boxes, etc. rather than throw them away.
How many people could say they want a practical super power with humanitarian benefits as well? Not only that, but refilling things would still be a excellent way to fight evil; the traditional job of a super hero. Even if you didn’t have an awesome name or costume, an awesome super power would make up for that. No matter what name I go by, the bottom line is that refilling things would be the best super power to have.
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