What If…? 10 Creative Writing Prompts for October

Here’s this month’s selection of “What If…?” creative writing prompts to inspire you – let’s see what you can do with these!

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What if…

1. no one understood anything?

2. everyone knew everything there was to know?

3. everything was conveyed with humour?

4. no decision could be made without making a sacrifice to ensure a good outcome?

5. ghosts served an important purpose?

6. time was neither linear nor uniform and schedules had to be constantly updated to account for the fluctuations?

7. you were digging in your garden when you hit something massive and metallic?

8. the government finally admitted the truth about everything?

9. God was a witness at every civil and criminal trial?

10. Wild animals roamed the streets and no one could do a thing about it?

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