Clark: I wish I could stay longer...
Diana: You stayed long enough my friend make sure to give a kiss to Lois and Bruce for me when you see them
- - - -
Ok, so I have a lot of feelings about Clark and Diana's friendship especially with the headcanon that Clark lives thousands of years due to the yellow sun and the fact that Diana is immortal.
That they are each other's constant during the centuries. That they are each other is only a reminder of the things they have created and built when history has forgotten their friends and coworkers and they are but myths.
And the bittersweet parting of Clark's final days where Clark wants to stay for Diana's sake even though he's more than ready to pass on and while Diana is sad to see him pass but so grateful to have a mortal friend for so long when her other mortal friends die so quickly.
Lois, it doesn't matter what people say about me. This is about you. Me? You see, I can fly under the radar. I can live down expectations of Clark Kent as long as The Blur's out there saving people, but... But what? What are people gonna think about you? The strong and... Extremely sexy Lois Lane wants to marry... ...This new Clark Kent. How could they ever understand that you'd be interested in this? Whoa, whoa, whoa. Stop right there. Oh, trust me, Smallville. We can make this work. Oh, boy, can we. — Smallville (2001-2011)
I don't know how this never occurred to me before! Oh man, this is great. Bear with me guys.
Bruce Wayne is a ridiculously wealthy owner of a tech company that is at the forefront of multiple scientific advancements. He is a white guy with black hair and blue eyes. Now, if I lived in a world where as much weird shit happens as happens in DC comics, I'd take one look at Bruce Wayne's three black-haired, blue-eyed, light-skinned "adopted" sons and be like: "Yeah, those are definitely clones."
The stories don't even make sense half the time?? The first kid is the son of two people who were murdered, but for some reason he was never put in the foster care system?? He just wound up in Wayne's custody. And his parents were from out of town, so there's conveniently no one in Gotham who can verify their existence.
Jason Todd was a street kid. There are few if any verifiable records on him. Everyone knows the Drake family was murdered. Bruce Wayne just stole the dead kid's name for his latest clone.
All of Bruce Wayne's kids are clones is such a popular conspiracy theory in Gotham City that it's widely accepted as fact in many circles. Bruce is used to people speculating about his life, so he wouldn't be so annoyed about it if his kids would just stop leaning into it. "Gotta keep in good shape. Never know when Father might need a kidney." - Jason Todd, to a very excited blogger.
Meanwhile Damian, who is actually a clone, everyone believes is his natural child. He also eggs on the conspiracy nuts, with absolutely no subtlety. "Yes, Grayson and I are very close. I'll miss him when Father begins to age and does the consciousness transfer."
Superman: Nothing. 👀
Batman: I'm in the middle of something, what?!
Superman: ... Are they actually-
Batman: Just because I'm a billionaire doesn't mean I clone myself for fun! We aren't all Lex Luthor!