Redditor HoeDontNo shared an image of their daughter Lola's homework, and it's enough to make any parent nervous. Lola was asked to imagine herself as a superhero, and to describe what she for her superpower. Eschewing the cliché answers of "flight" or "invisibility," the young girl described a character so disturbing, she could only come from a gritty superhero reboot.
HoeDontNo posted the image to Imgur with the caption "My daughter, future serial killer." Once you read it, you'll understand why.
Lola writes (typos corrected):
My superhero's name is Killer. Her name is Killer because she kills a lot of people. My superpowers are super speed, super strength, super hearing, and super killing, and shape shifting, and shadow shifting. I like her because she likes the darkness.
It's hard to pinpoint exactly what's the most unsettling part of this answer. Is it that Lola clearly scratched out "superkiller" before writing "superhero?" Or is the fact that killing a lot of people isn't actually a superpower, so there's nothing stopping her? Or is it wondering what "shadow shifting" is? HoeDontNo actually weighed in on that when asked by another Redditor.