7 Awesome Powerful Traits I Learned From Deadpool

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Deadpool was a hit for me. After months of delirious anticipation, I finally caught it on the  screen with a mate. That was a great 108 minutes of diabolical humor.

We all know just how skewered Deadpool is, as a hero. It does not take away the fact, that he is a good guy. A powerful  good guy, in my opinion. If you are looking at boosting up your superhero traits or mojo this month, here are 7 awesome traits, you can pick up from the anti hero supremo.

Raw honesty is a gem

Let’s face it. Deadpool talks a lot. A hell lot, actually. In most interactions however, he is the real deal. He says things the way he meant it. He speaks his mind. Honesty intimidates your skeptics. If you ever want to appear original, be honest. Brutally honest. You may not be liked, but you will be remembered.

Humor rocks

Ever liked that well kept man with a frown? Or that chap who rarely breaks into a laughter? Or that bloke who cannot even name a “knock knock” joke? Me neither. Humor is one thing you need to have in abundance. Even if you are not humorous, the ability to see things on a lighter side will help. Deadpool is super brilliant. When Ajax was sure that Deadpool will lose his sense of humor, after rounds of torture, he quipped in response, “We’ll see.” Oh and did I tell you, humor can snag you a great partner?

Be a great friend to everyone

The opening scene, showed Deadpool helping a girl  be rid of her stalker. In a dark way, of course. The girl hugged him in appreciation, and exclaimed that he was, her hero. Deadpool just shrugged it off. We then noted how close he was, with his bartender friend. (His only one, perhaps). He then capped the night by saying that everyone’s drinks were on his tab. Everyone (in that bar) genuinely liked Deadpool. Make people like you. However you can.

Relate to people and empathize

That short, humorous conversations between Deadpool and his Indian cab driver was a  gem. Complaining about how he lost his love to a rival, the taxi driver obviously found a kindred soul in Deadpool. Deadpool’s honesty and charm, obviously allowed the cab driver to open himself up. Of course Deadpool had a word of advise. He always does. So when Deadpool insinuated to not allow the love of your life slip away, he is relating on a personal level.

See opportunity in every adversity

Imagine being tied down, beaten up and with no possible way of escaping. What would you have done? Give up? Apparently Deadpool looks for opportunity. In the scene when he was helplessly tied down, and Angel came close to him, we saw Deadpool banging his head onto Angel. It seemed pointless, until we realized that Deadpool, had actually snagged in his mouth, a matchstick. He was observant enough to see Angel keeping her matchsticks in between her chest (presumably). That moment of seizing the opportunity paved the way for his escape, when he burned the chamber down. Be observant. You never know  what lies in small details.

Knowing how to say “No” and mean it

We know how the X Men brigade are so keen on having Deadpool on their roster. It appeared as if Colossus, had tried to recruit Deadpool on numerous occasions, without much success. Deadpool was dead beat on not joining up, and he had refused it so many times. This courage and consistency in saying no, makes you a much valued asset to pursue. If you don’t feel like it, just say “No” like Deadpool. As he had demonstrated, you will not die from it.

Do things for a greater purpose

The premise of Deadpool’s origins was explained in this movie. He wanted to pursue a cure for his cancer, for the sake of his loved one. Of course, we know that did not work out that well. Yet, we know that the sufferings and torture he endured, was only because he wanted to survive his cancer , for his partner. He eventually developed into the anti hero he is. While his methods are questionable, his motive was definitely not. You can become a hero in your own rights, when you discover a greater purpose beyond your own.

 I didn’t ask to be super, and I’m no hero. But when you find out your worst enemy is after your best girl, the time has come to be a fucking superhero.

 

 

 

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