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The Best Superpower: 14 Things To Do While Being Invisible

Obviously the best superpower.

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Being Invisible The Best Super Power

The best superpower ever? Being invisible of course. Imagine just being able to go from seen to unseen on a dime. Who wouldn't want to have the opportunity to be invisible? Superman and Batman have nothing on being invisible with their superhero abilities. Here are some things that you could do while being invisible, because being invisible can benefit your social life too.

1. "Haunt" your friends.

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Follow them into their house and cause a ruckus.

2. Sneak into movie theaters.

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Free movies...what else to I have to say?

3. Sneak into the pantry and grab a snack without judgment.

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Late night snacks all you want? Duh.

4. Reenact "Hollow Man" and play Kevin Bacon.

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America's favorite son? And feel what it's like to be in a MTV Movie Award nominated film? Sign me up.

5. Wear a mask and pretend to be a floating head.

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Just another way to spook your friends in case you wanted to.

6. Hold objects so they'll "float."

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"Oh no! A floating jar of peanut butter."

7. Win every game of hide-and-seek.

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Just stand out in the open and you'll win.

8. Eat some food as people will watch it disappear.

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Even everyday activities can be funny.

9. Go around pantsing your friends.

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Even pranks can be done; not everything can be good.

10. Not have perfect attendance.

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You'll say here, but they won't see you...

11. Avoid anyone you don't want to see.

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Whether it's an ex or someone you hate, just use your invisibility to slip out of the situation.

12. Avoid responsibilities.

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Chores? Invisible. People asking about social life? Invisible. Family being rude? Boom, invisible.

13. Be an expert on ding-dong-ditch.

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Never get caught and have the adrenaline rush? I'm down.

14. Brag about being invisible.

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Be the envy of the town.

But don't, I repeat, don't go in a locker room. Don't be a pervert with your power. No one likes a Peeping Tom.

Good luck, folks.

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