With all the evil in the world trying to bring us down, we need a hero. Not many people are willing to put their life out on the line, but I am. I will pull up that spandex leotard, slap on those boots and let’s not forget the cape… that’s where the magic happens.
As a Superheroine, I will make it my mission in life to keep the community safe and protected. I will battle against the supervillian known as Parkinson’s disease, with the use of my highly advanced combat skills. I know the fight will be grueling and sometimes it might feel hopeless but I know in the end, I will be victorious! I will grace you once again with my artistic skills.
You might be thinking, “Perky Parkie is freakishly smart and incredibly strong, but how is she planning on attacking this wicked crook?” Here’s how:
-My tight costume allows me full range of motion, while still protecting my body from loss of mobility.
-My mask has built-in dry eye prevention system.
-My boots are made with the strongest material known to man to prevent cramping toes… no Dystonia here.
-I have the ability to be rigid and slow, causing Parkinson’s to underestimate my power.
-But then I also can by Dyskinetic and have quick, jerking movements which will further confuse my opponent.
-I have electricity being sent to my brain through two wires that are connected to a hidden battery. This gives me superhuman resistance to Parkinson’s control over my body and mind.
-I have the ability to mask my facial features, which hinders the enemy when trying to read my emotions… talk about a poker face.
-I have my Wolfpack to help me if I get into a pickle.
-The deep “V” on my costume is not only adding to my badass look, it also functions as a postural vest.
-My red flowing locks of hair is peppered with crushed Sinemet, which makes it difficult for Parkinson’s to steal my Dopamine… you know, kind of like vampires and garlic.
-My comfortable shoes are constructed for frequent exercise to weaken the effects of Parkinson’s potency.
-My cape hides spy-level items that will be critical in destroying the iniquitous force, such as:
Gum: To prevent dry mouth
Extra Medication: Just in case I need a little boost.
Straw: To stop the grip Parkinson’s has on my swallowing.
Calendar: To create a daily schedule to prevent apathy.
Cup of Frozen Yogurt: Just because I deserve it… being a Superheroine is a hard job, but someone has to do it.
I am ready to face you, the supervillian called Parkinson’s disease. You think you’re strong, but you’re no match for Perky Parkie. I have spent years studying and learning about you. I know your kind… you bully people and try to destroy families, but now you should be afraid. Because I have perfected my skills and now I am coming for you.