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A Twitter user shared an amusing video of her little sister who thinks she is Eleven from Stranger Things

Children across the world are probably trying to tap into their telekinetic powers because of this show.

Stranger_Things_2_poster_2 Source: Stranger Things Wiki

IF THERE’S ONE conversation topic that will fuel the majority of small talk for 2017, it’s Stranger Things.

People are talking about it non-stop. You don’t even have to watch it to know that everyone loves some guy called Steve Harrington and that Winona Ryder never gets a minute’s peace.

Stranger Things 2 Premiere - Los Angeles Source: SIPA USA/PA Images

What people are not talking about, however, is the impact that this series is having on kids. Children of all ages are now attempting to tap into their telekinetic powers, in the hopes that they have superpowers like Eleven.

It sounds cute and all, but we won’t be laughing if it turns out that some child actually does have telekinetic powers that would have otherwise gone unrecognised. Have you guys seen Carrie?

MBB-700x525 Source: Netflix

Anyway, one of these children attempting to use telekinesis in her every day life is the little sister of Twitter user @paytonmichele_.

Payton annoyed her little sister, so naturally her sister responded by attempting to flip their car over.

If the video won’t play, click here.

People on Twitter were pretty entertained by the child.

Fans of Dragon Ball back in the day admitted that they tried similar stuff.

e55720e688825dc3d0bf51793e69b261 Source: Brat/Twitter

In desperate moments of laziness, it’s still worth trying out.

 

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