Well, up too now I've had two pretty weird story ideas: -Two gods have made a bet, and it involves a real Average Joe. Every day, at breakfast this guy has the choice between cornflakes and a sandwich. Each and every time he takes the sandwich. One day though, he has a one-night stand, and he's late for work so he takes the easy way out and takes the cornflakes. The universe is destroyed. One of the gods is pissed that he lost the bet, so he plucks this Average Joe from the timestream and has him try and prevent the universe from destruction. He fails and is brought back to try again. Eventually this guy is so fed up with it and shoots the original Joe, and consciously chooses for the cornflakes, destroying the universe. I've fleshed it out a bit more than that, but that's the basic premise. -The revolving door that is Death. It's a real-life comic world in which ressurection is instant, you die, you immediately get up again, ressurected. When you die of old age or natural causes, you immediately get reborn as a baby again. It'd be a look at a world where nobody dies, assasinations fail all the time, and where a whole new set of rules would have to be set up, as well as the effect it could have on people to constantly die and come back, or see loved ones coming back shortly after they die.