Write a disclaimer for a coffee shop’s new Everything Bagel. Go wild.
Write a schedule for tomorrow. Insert the best time for your mother-in-law to telephone. The conversation will be mostly explaining how tabs work on Firefox as well as tipping during a pandemic.
It’s a quinceñera but the birthday girl is 42.
Write somebody else’s name in the snow.
Make up a new flavor of Coca Cola. Write an apology from the company a month later. The apology has to be about the new flavor but not about the new flavor, if you get me. You got this champ. You’re a company man now.
Write about two people not stuck in a time loop.
Write about that time with all the ants. You remember.
Write what you think the word “pragmatism” means. Use it in a sentence. Use it in two.
Write your explanation for the funniest word in your favorite dictionary.
Write a short conversation between two long people. Or snakes.
Write a dating profile that doubles as a warning for maintaining a heavy electrical appliance.
Write a detailed account of the events leading up to the legalization of the 25-hour day.
Write a math problem involving 56 pre-cooked meals and 57 hungry families.
Write a travel guide for your body.
Write about the last good dream you remember having. If you can’t remember your last good dream, use mine: I could fly and my parents still loved each other.
Write something that will fit on a hot sauce packet. Write as many hot sauce packets as you want; nothing’s stopping you today.
Write a commercial for the “leading” toothpaste only two out of ten dentists recommend.
Write an obituary for somebody who died at their suprise birthday party because of the suprise.
Write twenty sticky notes to place around the office. They don’t have to be passive aggressive, but you do have to pretend you’re Bobby Kotick and it’s your last day at work. Because… you know.
Write a story about a person who is the last human reader/writer of the English language. Place it in the year 2025 because… you know.
Write your own Winnie the Pooh adventure. And sell it; it’s legal now.
Write a short story about losing your wallet. Throw in a simple recipe at the end and call it a food blog.
Write a New Year’s resolution for the person you like least.
Write about a person who’s always been afraid of the number 14. And, at last, for a good reason.
Write about a person who’s lucky number has always been 13. You know, until the story starts.
Write about yourself. You’re not too bad.
Write a Christmas carol about a Christmas Karen.
Write a review for a video game you’ve never played – just like the professionals.
Write 100 short, single-word stories.
Write a short story where nobody dies from a rampaging giraffe. At least, not anybody that didn’t deserve it.
Write what you think people say about you behind your back.
Write a letter to your favorite author. When you’re done, write back to yourself as your favorite author.
Write a yearbook entry for a world leader. Like, you went to high school with Nelson Mandela and he wants you to sign his yearbook.
Write about a DMV employee who never has to wait in lines when they’re out and about doing errands.
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Respond to “I love you” with anything but “I love you”.
Write the details of your first kiss and then turn them into the tragic story of your last kiss.
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Write an anecdote about your best friend.
Write a short story about a dog wearing a saddle.
Write an apology to my girlfriend for what I’ve done. Use your imagination – just like her.
Write about something good that happened to you today, but add a bear to it.
Write about what you did on your last day off. Alternatively, you can write about what happened to you on your last day off.
Write your name on a wall in your home. Imagine what the house will be worth once you finally get around to finishing that novel, son.
Write your dating profile as if you were intentionally trying to land the ugliest person you possibly could. On the inside. Ugliest person. On the inside.
Joe died. Where were you last Saturday at 5pm?
Rebut something that you disagreed with in the news today.
I would like to apologize for yesterday’s fun fact about J.D. Salinger. When I said he wasn’t a real person — that was wrong. J.D. Salinger was a real person. Shakespeare was a total fake, though.
Did you know J.D. Salinger wasn’t even a real person?
What is that smell?
Define “potential”. And use it in an example involving a relationship
Write a purposely bad poem and ask yourself why it had to be on purpose.
Write a fantasy epic. No inventing a language. No starting en media res opening. In fact : no world building, either. Keep it stupid.
Translate a chapter you’ve already written into Spanish on Google Translate. Translate it back and email it to your mom.
Write a strategy guide for a video game you know like the back of your hand.
Arrange a haiku out of the names of your three closest friends. If you don’t have enough letters you picked the wrong friends.
Take your least favorite memory and write your way out of it.
Write a ridiculous scenario involving cheese curds.
Write your list of demands for giving me my son back. Anything. Whatever you want. Just bring Joshua back to me. Can you hear me, Joshua? It’s your momma. Momma loves you, baby. Momma’s gonna save you.
Write one paragraph of exposition, two lines of dialogue, and three words for the ending. That’s a story.
Write about your favorite county lock-up experience.
Write about your favorite concert experience.
Write a flirty limerick.
Write a dirty limerick.
Write the back cover blurb for a book that starts with the letter “G”. It’s The Giver. You picked The Giver.
Write a short story in pencil and then erase all the adjectives. Is your story still good? Who knows.
Write a script for a reality tv show of your choice.
Write a quiz about yourself.
Write a three-panel comic strip that is actually a coded message. Send help.
Write a three-panel comic strip that elicits anger, not laughter.
Write a three-panel comic strip.
Write a fable that includes a moral lesson you think kids with helicopter parents would enjoy.
Write a story that isn’t true, even for the narrator.
Write a letter to your next door neighbor with an apology for the power going out at their place last night.
Write a warning label for your least favorite friend.
Write a warning label for your best friend.
Write Mars’ first newspaper article.
Write the world’s last newspaper article.
Write a missed connection. Your missed connection was wearing nothing in a supermarket. You only noticed their eyes.
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Write a new ending to “Frankenstein”. Like, just add another page. That’s all I need. One more page.
Write a menu for a restaurant trying to hide the fact all the food is microwaved.
Write something — anything, really — that includes the dialogue “You give sloths a bad name, Jerry.”
Write directions to the nearest pizzeria.
Write bad poetry.
Write an your last will and testament on hot dog with the condiments.
Write an essay about Aristotle or something and it was due like, yesterday.
Write a script for the actor playing you at tonight’s dinner. Have we done that one yet?
Write a script for the actor playing your butler at tonight’s dinner. This guy isn’t getting paid.
Write a script for the actors playing your parents at tonight’s dinner.
Write a script for the actress playing your girlfriend at tonight’s dinner.
Write a list of things you’d like to forget and see if that was a good idea.
Write an obituary for Eugene Caviar Jr.
Write Finnegan’s Wake.
Write dialogue between two characters named Eugene Caviar and Eugene Caviar Jr.
Write a wikipedia page about one of your pets.
Write a short scene about a person who loses a spelling bee on the number 43.
Write wedding vows for people who don’t really love each other.
Write anything but the word “armadillo”.
Write a grocery list for your most recently invented villain.