Don't they sound wonderful? I think so. As did many of my classmates.
I left J.R. Bucks in the backpacks of my peers, on their desks, on tables in the library, and in the hands of a few fans.
You may be left wondering what was done with those "Bucks" after they were left in the capable hands of my peers. I can't say for sure, but I did give them a few suggestions. Such as:
- make a paper airplane and fly it into some one's hair. I tried this and it didn't quite work as well as I would have hoped. Making paper airplanes out of 4"x2" paper that can actually fly, is difficult.
- tape them to your elbows.
- put them in your shoes.
- give them to your dog to chew on.
- and many more. The possibilities are infinite.