[WP] It's the 80s, and moral crusaders and alarmists on TV are warning parents that Dungeons & Dragons is all about the devil worship. Fed up with being associated with nerds, the devil himself is giving a press conference to get them to stop defaming his character.
[WP] Your father died when you were a child. Before he passed, he wrote you letters, one for each birthday, until your eighteen. Over the years they’ve become more and more eerily specific - addressing things he couldn’t have known would occur.
[WP] You die and find yourself in Valhalla. But you did not die a warrior's death. You were merely summoned there because there is a sudden need for more cleaning and waiting staff due to the influx of writing prompt characters ending up there.
[WP] You were accidentally killed by a god. As compensation,you're offered a job as a god of something of your own choosing. Your choice was surprising.
[WP] You sold your soul to the devil, but now that you're dead, Apple is suing the devil for the soul they own as part of their terms of service.
[WP] Every gym has that guy, he either grunts too loud, doesnt put back his weights, or he raises the dead from their grave with dark magic, or as he calls it "deadlifting".
[WP] You have the power to skip time just like in video games. Today you don't really feel like working so you skip to the end of your shift but instead of skipping 8 hours you accidently skip 800 years.
[WP] In a dystopian future, IPAs are the only legal beer to drink. One man is willing to stand up and admit they all taste like absolute shit. This is his story.
[WP]Two siblings; the younger is a prodigy, the older is just a normal person. The younger is put on a pedestal and treated as a God, the older is abused and neglected. They live in different worlds, but have an unshakable bond.
They lost their best friend and brother to suicide and this is the haka done at his tangi. This shows the pain of those left behind from suicide.
LPT: If you really want to connect with someone, take them for a long, scenic walk. Not being face to face takes some of the pressure off, and the scenery puts you in the right mood to open up.