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  1. Stand in a circle.
  2. One player says three random letters. For example, “AGB.”
  3. The next player must create an imaginary organization that uses those letters, such as “Association of Good Businessmen” or “Aboriginal Grass Bureau.”
  4. That player then chooses three letters for the next player, and so on.
  5. It’s fine for players to repeat things such as “Association,” “Authority,” “Bureau,” “International,” “Organization” “Order,” “Union,” and other basic group names.

TIP: For difficult letters, the words only need to include the letter. For example, “X” words can include “Exemplary,” or “Excellent,” “Exorcist,” or “Extraplanetary.” Z could be “Bizarre” or “Byzantine,” or “Czar.”

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