Once upon a time, there was a little town nestled in the foothills of a great mountain range. The town was known for its love of superheroes and citizens often found excuses to dress up as their favorite hero or heroine. One day, a group of children were playing in the park when they saw something flying through the sky at lightning speed. As they looked up, they saw a shadowy figure hurtling towards them.
“Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird!” screamed one of the children.
“No! It’s a plane!” shouted another.
“Wait! It’s Superman!” cried the third.
As the figure got closer, it became clear to the children that it was indeed Superman himself. They were overjoyed as they watched him land gracefully in front of them.
“Hello, children,” said Superman with a grin.
The kids were ecstatic and asked him all sorts of questions about his powers and his past exploits. Suddenly, one of the children asked a question that stumped even Superman.
“What’s that word that means something belongs to something?” she asked.
Superman pondered for a moment before a thought struck him. He turned to the children and said, “Ah, I know the answer! It’s ‘its’.”
The children cheered and thanked Superman for being so helpful. From then on, they always remembered the word “its” in connection with the famous phrase, “It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superman!“