Your protagonist is a lady. One morning she wakes up to find herself bald. Deal with the aftermath or explain why the hell it happened. Or both!
“She drew her comb acrost her scalp / And brushed what she had left / I tried to salvage what I could / And threw it in a sack / She made a b-line to her room / And grabbed all kind o’ juice / She started pourin’ it on her head / And thought it’d grow it back / Ah ha haaaaaa / You’re too late mama / Ain’t nothin’ upside your head” — The Beach Boys, “She’s Goin’ Bald”
A 13-year-old with big dreams of being an artist or a writer (or something else awesome) gets a glimpse of their future as a cubicle-bound office drone stuck in a dead-end job. How does this affect them, and does/can he or she do anything to change the future?
A monster terrorizes a beach full of partying, unsupervised teenagers in normal, ’50s B-movie style, with one caveat: it is not a literal monster. Maybe the monster is a STD that spreads like wildfire or gas prices so high no one can leave the beach or diseased cheeseburgers. Something lovely like that. Let your imagination run free like a bikini-clad blonde on the beach.
Write about someone who travels through multiple dimensions to accomplish a goal. The goal could be getting a tasty hot dog or escaping from a serial killer or something else entirely. Just make sure there’s a magical baby in it. Or not.
Writing Prompt #130: Heaven Is a Place Where Something Ought to Happen
Write a story that takes place in heaven, either the Biblical one, or some other one (maybe even the one in someone’s head) and make a bunch of crazy, weird shit happen. There’s no need to be bored in the afterlife, after all.