1. Place them in various locations throughout the city. Mailboxes, cracks between bricks, under windshield wipers. Those who find them could unknowingly become part of an awesome and select club of Bailey-GRE-flash-card holders. Plus they would learn (or review) one large, impressive word. And let's be honest and objective here, that's just spreading good vocab around the world. Good deed? I think so.
2. Make a paper mache pinata out of the cards. Fill pinata with candy and fake acceptance letters to elite programs and schools.
3. Make fun of my handwriting (i.e., "trickery" becomes "thickery") with Nate and Mike. Check.
4. Place on floor and watch Dibbs bat at them. Squeal with excitement at his cuteness as he ignores my presence.
5. Build a house of flash cards.
6. Host a party, create goody bags, stealthily fill bags with flash cards. Snicker as guests leave with lame goody bags. Add candy to goody bags if you will feel badly about giving out only vocab. Unless all party guests are English majors, then no need for candy or stealth.
7. Make tiny paper airplanes.
8. Create a flip-book. Probably a pretty unimpressive flip-book, but hey. Might be more entertaining than studying the words.
9. Quiz Mom and see how many of the words she knows. Be impressed for the 200th time in life at Mom's insane vocabulary.
10. Throw them away! Just kidding! I will study them and go to graduate school! Watch me! Super Student!