SB 3.2.18

ko vā amuṣyāṅghri-saroja-reṇuṁ
 vismartum īśīta pumān vijighran
yo visphurad-bhrū-viṭapena bhūmer
 bhāraṁ kṛtāntena tiraścakāra
kaḥ — who else; — either; amuṣya — the Lord’s; aṅghri — feet; saroja-reṇum — dust of the lotus; vismartum — to forget; īśīta — may be able; pumān — person; vijighran — smelling; yaḥ — one who; visphurat — expanding; bhrū-viṭapena — by the leaves of the eyebrows; bhūmeḥ — of the earth; bhāram — burden; kṛta-antena — by deathblows; tiraścakāra — executed.
Who, after smelling the dust of His lotus feet even once, could ever forget it? Simply by expanding the leaves of His eyebrows, Kṛṣṇa has given the deathblow to those who were burdening the earth.

Lord Kṛṣṇa cannot be accepted as one of the human beings, even though He played the role of an obedient son. His actions were so extraordinary that by the simple raising of His eyebrows He could deliver deathblows to those who were burdening the earth.