Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Pips!

My daughter got a cool book at the local book-fair called . . . I don't know what the book is called, but HEY LOOK AT THIS THAT SHE FOUND IN IT!


Nice. I didn't know that. Did you know that?

Oh, hey look! Wikipedia has some good info too.

Ahhhhh, so the clubs, hearts, spades, and diamonds on cards are also called pips, and the dots on dominoes are also called pips. OK, now we're learning stuff. Nice.

Thank you random fact book and Wikipedia!

Someone should go in to Wikipedia and add in that the dots around a player's battle circle in Wizard101 are called pips . . . jus' sayin' :-)

Happy Dueling!

12 comments:

Connor Mistblade said...

Lol my sister has that book too. I think its called "Weird But True 2" by National Geographic Kids

Frank said...

wow, cool! its new information for me :) Thanks!

M.W.S said...

Awesome, some years ago found out myself.

Panglou said...

PIPS! Who doesn't love those little things? nice info btw :)

Victoria Spiritblossom said...

XD 'Pip' is also another word to mean seed, like from an orange or apple. lol I found that in Sherlock Holmes. And it's also what you call the little sections on the skin of a pineapple.

It's weird that I know all that, yet I can't remember what I had for breakfast today.

Stephen Spiritcaller said...

Not for nothing, but 'Pip-pip' is one of many British colloquialisms for good-bye. :)

Lail Deathspear said...

Lol cool

Lail Deathspear said...

I also like the fact about the blue whale I:

Tyler Jadeblade said...

The Blue Whales heart is the size of a honda civic! Just adding another fact for ya!

Anonymous said...

I'm going right on wikipedia to edit in Wizard101 pips!

Anonymous said...

friendly! I just added the W101 reference to the Wikipedia Page!

Anonymous said...

How about Gladys Knight and the Pips?

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