Time again to learn about you, the readers. 😀 Last year freedom 35 blog visitors were asked to choose which superpower is the most useless. Results below. Thanks to everyone who voted (^_^)
Being able to moonwalk, but only when on the moon is the most useless power with almost 30% of the votes. I agree with this sentiment. This ability seems absolutely pointless to the 99.999999% of the world’s population who will never set foot on the moon. Speaking of which, did you guys hear about the new restaurant on the moon? It’s out of this world 😀 *ba dum tss!*
Well actually the food is not bad, but there is no atmosphere. 😆
Anyway, the least useful superpower with only 2 votes appears to be the ability to turn gold into silver. But that simply means it’s the most useful ability out of all the options given. Since one pound of gold is currently worth 65 times the same weight in silver there are no financial benefits to this superpower. But silver is a better conductor than gold and is used more in electronics so perhaps there is merit from an industrial perspective. Also, if someone is being chased by a vampire or werewolf this superpower could come in handy, as long as you know, there just happens to be gold nuggets lying around at the time 😉
What other useless superpowers can you think of? Surprisingly more people voted in this one than the other poll which asked people to choose which actually useful superpower they want to have.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone 😀
Random Useless Fact:
The dry style of ginger ale was invented by Canadian John McLaughlin, the founder of the Canada Dry brand of soft drinks.
Reading this was actually pretty funny. I always dream about having an awesome superpower like flying and being invisible (pretty sure everyone has the same wants when it comes to having a superpower) but I would also like to teleport!
Teleporting would be a really cool power. Just have to be careful to not teleport into a wall or anything.
Good question. I’m only familiar with the current taste of ginger ale. Soft drink companies are constantly trying out new flavors though to see if they’ll stick.