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ABSTRACT: This article describes the underlying constructs in the research, purpose, and implementation of an original classroom/language laboratory activity to promote creative inter-student communication. The materials were developed with an eye toward lowering the affective filter and concentrating on the message to be communicated. An added benefit is entertainment, even occasional laughter, on the part of students. The activity has been used during the second year of university instruction but could also be included in the high school curriculum.