I was reminiscing with a few friends from my hometown the other day, and we began rehashing memories when I visited one of them at their university down south. It was a much larger school than Lehigh, so even my home friend who was showing me around was unfamiliar with most people we passed by on her campus. When we went out that night, we decided to go off just the two of us. We decided as a funny prank to people around us that I would make up a new identity each time I met a different person. Although it was just a joke to give me and my friend comedic relief, it was creative how many different background stories, names, even accents we could put together to some people we would never see again. I would be a British student who went to Harvard named Ally or Taylor from the University of Alabama who attempted to pull off a southern accent. Our imaginations were running wild that night, and it made us have a great time. Small things between friends, even some of the smallest jokes, actually do take a lot of creativity. I feel that way when watching a funny show like The Office, wondering how the writers for the episode came up with the idea. Or watching a stand-up comedy performance, and seeing the comedian mock a stereotype. Humor is centered around an imaginative, creative mind.