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Pennies are one of the most worthless coins in circulation today.
You can’t buy anything for a penny, so why not glue them to your shoes? If you do this, there’s an increased chance that someone will be compelled to give you money because they feel bad about taking your pennies. But it doesn’t stop with pennies! Why not use nickels and dimes as well?
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A computer or laptop capable of editing text documents such as Microsoft Word, Google Docs, or Pages. The more basic and simple these programs are for formatting word documents on screen only, the better. If you’re using an iPhone or Android device to write then use Notes app from Apple (iOS)or Evernote app from Google Play Store (Android). All of these apps have offline capability which means that they don’t require internet connection in order to be used by people who travel often and aren’t near their home networks all day long -One penny per shoe, for a total of two pennies per shoe
Scissors or sharp knife to cut penny if the shoes are very tight fitting. If you have a pair that’s too large and slides around on your feet, then it probably won’t hold up well with pennies glued onto them due to their lack of secure grip against your skin
Pins or sewing needles can also be used in order to tack down loose coins so they don’t keep sliding off while walking.
We recommend using glue (mayonnaise is generally considered the best type) rather than pins because pins take time to put into place every single time before doing any work. Also, some people might not want little metal pieces sticking all over their hands. *If the pennies are not glued down securely, they will fall off during a busy day and one could lose them. A few drops of glue should be enough to hold all coins in place as long as you spread them out evenly over the shoes.
How Much Do People Love This Idea?
100% people love this idea, but only if it is done correctly so that no coin falls off while walking around town or at work. If someone doesn’t have time to do something right then don’t bother doing anything at all! (That’s what my mother always says.)