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Superman’s Terrible Twos Were Terrible

by Shane McGlaun
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I can recall thinking when my son was first born that raising kids was a snap. He slept a lot and all I really needed to do was give him a bottle, change his diaper, and try to not get peed on while doing it. People started telling me, “Wait until he turns two.” I got this I thought. At two, kids seem to go insane, it’s as if the part of their brain that controls normality turns off for a year or so.

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The kids turn into raving lunatics that will love you one second and bash you in the head with a DVD player the next. If a normal kid is this hard to deal with at two, what would raising Superman be like? He could already lift a car by two, you certainly don’t want to try and pick him up mid-tantrum when you have refused to buy him ice cream.

My son gave me some looks that could kill back in the day, especially when I wanted him to eat vegetables. Superman could literally kill you with a glance of his heat vision. Watch Nerdist’s video below to see Clark Kent in his terrible twos and feel better about your own kid (apologies in advance for the autoplay):

[via Kotaku]



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