Standard searches for supersymmetry at the LHC look for high energy (prompt) jets and/or leptons and large missing transverse energy from escaping dark matter. Such searches are well-motivated by minimal models of SUSY-breaking, such as the MSSM. Unfortunately, no evidence has been seen for them in early LHC data. The real world may be more complicated and SUSY may instead produce long-lived particles, no missing energy, leptonic jets, or other even more exotic signatures. We'll discuss the latest searches and ideas for discovering such "Non-standard SUSY" at the LHC.