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  • Whistles are Instruments. Contrary to other instruments, they cannot be used to tame animals. As for 1.2.0 r59, whistles are used to call for pets. Could be helpful in situations where pets are out of sight or they were order to wait for the player.
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  • The Whistle is an important way for a registered user to get involved with Newgrounds. It enables the user to report abuse. The colour of the Whistle indicates its power and is judged by Stat Enthusiasts/Stat whores as one of the most important stats of Newgrounds users. Its level is determined by whistle points, which can be positive or negative.
  • Was the whistle Locke originally created to find Vincent during the first days after the crash.
  • Whistle is an ability in the Dragon Quest series which is used to instantly call for a random monster and engage it in a battle. It is usually learned by the bulky characters of the Dragon Quest series. Characters who can use this ability: Torneko(PSX/DS only)
  • Whistle is a veteran reward.
  • Whistle (ホイッスル Hoissuru?) is a Battle Card from Mega Man Star Force series that pulls enemies in front of the user.
  • The Whistle was the vessel of Kobei, who used it for smuggling. It could be handled by one man.
  • A whistle was a device that made a shrill sound when its user blew air through it. The Alanciari, the Keshiri inhabitants of the continent Alanciar on the planet Kesh, used both personal whistles and larger, stationary whistles. The former type were used by soldiers to signal travelers to halt. The latter were mounted in population centers, where workers could funnel steam through them; the resulting sound served as a warning to the people nearby to stay alert to invasion by enemy forces.
  • Whistle is a non-anthropomorphic character in Happy Tree Friends.
  • The Whistle is a neck item in Club Penguin Rewritten. All players could obtain it for free during the Cove Anniversary Party in the forest.
  • The Whistle is an item in KQ4. A pelican had swallowed it, but the bird gave it to Rosella as a thank you for giving it a fish. The whistle summoned a dolphin.
  • Whistle is the Sound gag. It succeeds the Bike Horn but precedes the Bugle.
  • There existed a spell to turn a whistle into a pocket-watch. In 1995, during the first meeting of Dumbledore's Army, Harry Potter had the members of the group practise the Disarming Charm. After a while, it came time for them to stop, but the level of noise was such that nobody could hear Harry shouting for them to stop. He thought to himself "I need a whistle" and the Room of Requirement provided, as he immediately spotted one lying on top of the nearest row of books, which he picked up and blew hard.
  • In Pikmin 3, the cursor and whistle have taken on new looks. The cursor is now a simple circle with a dot in the center. The dot has a straight white line that leads to the captain. The whistle radius is a single color dashed line that gradually grows, and then sends a second dashed circle upwards, creating a cylindrical column of light. This is used to call Winged Pikmin that are flying too high for the normal whistle. The new captains in the game have visible whistles built into their helmets.
  • Todd: For several months now, pop radio has been dominated by a very small number of gigantic megahit chart toppers. Clips of the following songs fun.: Tonight... Todd (VO): First we had fun., taking over the chart for six weeks with their out-of-nowhere breakthrough smash "We Are Young". That oddity was bested by an even stranger hit single, "Somebody That I Used to Know" by Gotye, which did it one better by resting at #1 for eight weeks. But of course, even that was bested by a nine-week stay at the top of the Hot 100 from the unstoppable juggernaut that was "Call Me Maybe". These three songs dominated the year, and they felt like it. They were completely and totally inescapable, dominating the popular consciousness with instantly memorable videos, endlessly earworming lyrics, [picture
  • The specific memory from my innocent childhood was so vivid. I thought I've forgotten about this certain event for years, but it has been lingering in the back of my brain. Just waiting there, waiting for it to all come back to me. Causing me fear and paranoia. Delusions occur often as it comes by, taunting and haunting me. Never stopping, it all hurts me inside. That dreadful tune, the catchy whistle. As it plays it comes out as a low, soft tune. It seems peaceful, but it's dreadful. As I roamed around, I heard that dreadful whistling sound. Peaceful, but somewhat depressing and sorrowful.
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  • Blow away those Cogs, loud and proud, with a whistle missile from Peter's Tweeters! Peter McTweet has been the officially licensed manufacturer of Toontown Whistles for more than 30 years. What's his secret? The special patented "little rattly ball" included free in every Toontown Whistle. Cog trouble? Just... Whistle Toons agree, for every elite tweet that can't be beat, try Peter's Tweeters - the Sweeter Tweeters. You know how to whistle, don't you? Just put your lips together and BLOW 'EM AWAY!
  • Blow away those Cogs, loud and proud, with a whistle missile from Peter's Tweeters! Peter McTweet has been the officially licensed manufacturer of Toontown Whistles for more than 30 years. What's his secret? The special patented "little rattly ball" included free in every Toontown Whistle. Cog trouble? Just... Whistle Toons agree, for every elite tweet that can't be beat, try Peter's Tweeters - the Sweeter Tweeters. You know how to whistle, don't you? Just put your lips together and BLOW 'EM AWAY!
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  • Use this scroll to learn the Whistle emote.
  • Whistles are Instruments. Contrary to other instruments, they cannot be used to tame animals. As for 1.2.0 r59, whistles are used to call for pets. Could be helpful in situations where pets are out of sight or they were order to wait for the player.
  • Try not to use this Whistle too much around pretty girls, they might hold it against you for a while!
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  • They can be obtained in the same manner as all generic loot. Since r69, Bards and Farmers start with one whistle. Note that Bards typically begin the game with two or three random instruments, which can include whistles. Should your character be created with only whistles , consider restarting the game.
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  • Whistles are Instruments. Contrary to other instruments, they cannot be used to tame animals. As for 1.2.0 r59, whistles are used to call for pets. Could be helpful in situations where pets are out of sight or they were order to wait for the player.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__
  • The Whistle is an important way for a registered user to get involved with Newgrounds. It enables the user to report abuse. The colour of the Whistle indicates its power and is judged by Stat Enthusiasts/Stat whores as one of the most important stats of Newgrounds users. Its level is determined by whistle points, which can be positive or negative.
  • Was the whistle Locke originally created to find Vincent during the first days after the crash.
  • Whistle is an ability in the Dragon Quest series which is used to instantly call for a random monster and engage it in a battle. It is usually learned by the bulky characters of the Dragon Quest series. Characters who can use this ability: Torneko(PSX/DS only)
  • Whistle is a veteran reward.
  • Whistle (ホイッスル Hoissuru?) is a Battle Card from Mega Man Star Force series that pulls enemies in front of the user.
  • The Whistle was the vessel of Kobei, who used it for smuggling. It could be handled by one man.
  • A whistle was a device that made a shrill sound when its user blew air through it. The Alanciari, the Keshiri inhabitants of the continent Alanciar on the planet Kesh, used both personal whistles and larger, stationary whistles. The former type were used by soldiers to signal travelers to halt. The latter were mounted in population centers, where workers could funnel steam through them; the resulting sound served as a warning to the people nearby to stay alert to invasion by enemy forces.
  • Todd: For several months now, pop radio has been dominated by a very small number of gigantic megahit chart toppers. Clips of the following songs fun.: Tonight... Todd (VO): First we had fun., taking over the chart for six weeks with their out-of-nowhere breakthrough smash "We Are Young". That oddity was bested by an even stranger hit single, "Somebody That I Used to Know" by Gotye, which did it one better by resting at #1 for eight weeks. But of course, even that was bested by a nine-week stay at the top of the Hot 100 from the unstoppable juggernaut that was "Call Me Maybe". These three songs dominated the year, and they felt like it. They were completely and totally inescapable, dominating the popular consciousness with instantly memorable videos, endlessly earworming lyrics, [picture of Darth Vader] memes, [picture of Gotye driving: "But you didn't have to cut me off"] parodies. Whether you liked them or not, they all left a complete and thorough imprint on the popular consciousness. Todd: And I have been watching intently to see who would be the next artist to come along and grab America's heart and clutch it tight and mercilessly? Who is our next star?! [Picture of Flo Rida. *raspberry*] ...What? Video for "Whistle" Flo Rida: Can you blow my whistle baby, whistle baby Let me know Todd (VO): This is Flo Rida. If you don't remember him from the last time I reviewed him, well, don't worry, that's perfectly understandable because Flo Rida is a walking contradiction in music history—[Pop Dust article: "Flo Rida: Anonymous Occupant of the Top Ten"] the superstar who isn't famous. With his latest, he now has eight Top Ten hits, and yet still probably wouldn't get recognized on the street. Todd: I didn't expect to ever review this guy again because...well, really, once you've reviewed one Flo Rida song, you've reviewed them all. But more importantly, I just assumed he would go away. He's... Clips... of "Club Can't Handle Me" Todd (VO): ...he's got no skills, and unlike most talentless celebrities, he's got no personality either. And yet somehow in 2012, ["Wild Ones"...] he's more successful than ever. I can only assume that's because people can't get sick of somebody when they mostly don't realize he's here to begin with. Video for "Good Feelin" Flo Rida: Yes I can Todd (VO): Now I figured I had already analyzed all that can be analyzed from this beefy slab of walking stupid, but his continued success deserves some scrutiny. Todd: And I will say this. Listening to his latest hits, I do understand at least a little why his last couple songs have been so big. Todd (VO): You see, there are some artists who make album-length statements—we call them [album cover of Radiohead's The King of Limbs] album artists—and we distinguish them from singles artists, [single cover of Rihanna's "Take a Bow"] who don't put out coherent albums and are best listened to one song at a time. Todd: Flo Rida is somehow even less than that. A hook artist. Clip of "Low" Todd (VO): He's kept himself relevant by continuously finding good collaborators to write those hooks, working with [pictures of...] T-Pain, will.i.am, David Guetta, and now even EDM stars like Avicii right at their commercial peaks. "Good Feeling" Etta James: Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, sometimes I get a good feeling Todd (VO): "Good Feeling" sampled a very good techno song that itself used a very good Etta James sample. Clip of "Wild Ones" Sia: Hey I heard you were a wild one Todd (VO): "Wild Ones", meanwhile, was instantly striking, due to the unique vocals of Sia. PawDugan: The Sia I know is dead. Dead! Todd: Shut up, Paw. Clip of "Club Can't Handle Me" Todd (VO): Unfortunately, Flo's talent for finding interesting hooks only means that his music is evolving, but he himself is not. For "Good Feeling" and "Wild Ones", I had the same complaint that I issued about the first Flo Rida song I reviewed, "Club Can't Handle Me". Flo Rida: You know I know how Todd (VO): These songs have wonderful choruses, but they're ruined by Flo Rida's lack of personality or talent. Todd: And then there's newest song, which is called "Whistle" because of course it is. Video for "Whistle" *whistle* Todd (VO): We've already got a billion songs in the past year with whistling in them, so of course now we have a song called "Whistle". And while we're capitalizing on obnoxious trends, why don't you just release a song called "Stupid Lyrics"? Todd: But anyway, this song in particular. Well...despite the fact that I don't think Flo Rida is very talented, I can say this—it defied my expectations. Flo Rida actually manages to not ruin this hook. Flo Rida: Can you blow my whistle baby, whistle baby Let me know Girl I'm gonna show you how to do it And we start real slow You just put your lips together And you come real close Can you blow my whistle baby, whistle baby Todd: Because it was already terrible. Flo Rida: Can you blow my whistle baby, whistle baby Todd (VO): I'm putting it right here on the table, this is Flo Rida's worst song. Yes, worse than [clip of...] "Right Round". Not mediocre, not wasted potential, just full-on, complete suck. I wish I could say that's because that, for once, the hook isn't catchy, but...no, Flo Rida still has a knack for that. Todd: This is still catchy. *whistle* Todd: It's very catchy. Flo Rida: Whistle baby, whistle baby Hey! *whistle* Todd: If you were feeling uncharitable, you might call it insufferably, obnoxiously catchy. Todd (VO): You might even call it a brain-destroying, hamster-dance-level irritant of biblical proportions catchy *whistle* Flo Rida: Whistle baby, whistle baby Hey! Todd (VO): What's wrong with catchiness? Catchy is the first and most important quality in a pop song, right? If that whistle gets stuck in your head, doesn't that mean it's a good thing? Don't you want a song in your head? Todd: Well, see, here's the thing, and this is a secret, so try to keep it on the down-low. [Whispers] This song is not actually about whistling. Flo Rida: Can you blow my whistle baby, whistle baby Let me know You just put your lips together And you come real close Todd: See, it's not really a whistle, it's his penis. So whenever you whistle that catchy tune, what you're actually listening to is the sound of Flo Rida's orgasm. * sobbing* Get it off me, get it ooooofff! God, never be clean. I thought that Drake song was bad. Clip of Drake - "Best I Ever Had" Drake: But I can make your pussy whistle Todd: So let's talk about whistling...in relation to blowjobs. Flo Rida: You just put your lips together And you come real close Todd: Obviously, this is a take-off of the famous Lauren Bacall quote from the film To Have and Have Not. Clip from same movie Marie Browning: You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and...blow. Todd (VO): Question: why does this sound so much better when she says it? Todd: Maybe it's because Flo Rida does everything in his power to drain the entendre out of it. Todd (VO): Now check out Bacall—smooth, smoky, seductive. Meanwhile, Flo Rida may as well be air-humping with his tongue hanging out of his mouth. [Todd demonstrates] That's right, I said it. Flo Rida is no Lauren Bacall. Todd: [thumps chest] These are the controversial statements that make me so widely admired for my honesty. Todd (VO): It's not just Flo Rida that doesn't work here, it's the whistling too. Like, this is some serious Andy Griffith shit right here. Whistling usually isn't sexy, but it can be. Not this one, though. This is a bright sunshiny day, walking to the corner general store to get some milk kind of stuff. Flo Rida: Can you blow my whistle baby, whistle baby Todd (VO): Of course, Flo Rida also ruins the metaphor by making it more explicit and literal. Flo Rida: You just put your lips together And you come real close Todd (VO): You know, now that I think of it, when a girl gives a blowjob, they're also supposed to keep their mouths open. Todd: ...I think. [pause] I know! I know. I mean, I know. [pause] Moving on. Todd (VO): And then, of course, there's the other lyrics. Now keep in mind, I'm fully aware that no one cares about the verses to Flo Rida songs—they're useless, easily ignorable, and basically only exist because courtesy dictates you have something else besides the chorus in your songs. Todd: On top of that, I can't be entirely sure what they actually are. Flo Rida: I'm betting you like feet bowl? Todd (VO): I'm relying on lyrics websites here, but everywhere I look has different interpretations because no one can understand what the hell he's saying. He raps like he has a mouth full of Novocaine, and he does something to his voice in production that makes him sound like he's singing through a [picture of...] damn fan. Todd: So keep in mind, when I review these lyrics, I could be getting them completely wrong. I mean, you can make the case that an honest review would just ignore these verses entirely because they don't matter, but...no, I'm drawing the line. Todd (VO): I'm drawing the line here. You can't just mumble your lyrics at high speed and just assume that no one will care enough about what you're saying, that you can even get away with whatever. Todd: I'm gonna sit here and I'm gonna take him to task for every lazy, stupid line. Alright, let's see what you got. Flo Rida: I'm betting you like people And I'm betting you love freak mode And I'm betting you like (captions say "love") girls that give love to girls And stroke your little ego I bet you I'm guilty, your honor Todd: Um...Flo, are you talking to yourself? Flo Rida: I bet you I'm guilty, your honor Todd (VO): Well, someone's got to talk to you, I guess. Actually, the idea that this is all happening in Flo Rida's head is quite funny to me. He's imagining being a hot club icon, talking to himself while he's being ignored at the bar. Flo Rida: I bet you I'm guilty, your honor That's just how we live in my genre Todd: Yeah, well, your genre sucks. Sorry I had to be the one to tell you. Flo Rida: That's just how we live in my genre Who in the hell done paved the road wider? Todd: What? Flo Rida: Who in the hell done paved the road wider? Todd (VO): "Done...paid the rottweiler"? Todd: Well, I don't know who paid the rottweiler. Do you have some kind of business manager that takes care of your rottweiler services? Flo Rida: Who in the hell done paved the road wider? Todd (VO): Oh, okay, "paved the road wider." "Who done paved the road wider?" Todd: Well, you are a pretty beefy guy. I do imagine we'd have to dig out a few extra lanes for you. Flo Rida: Who in the hell done paved the road wider? There's only one Flo, and one Rida Todd: Yes, I agree, there is only one Flo. Unfortunately, [Picture of Flo from the Progressive commercials] it's not you. I mean, who are you trying to kid here? Flo Rida—[picture of Flo Rida with question mark over face] often imitated, never duplicated, Flo Rida is a [picture reading: "Even I don't know who I am!"] unique, incomparable personality the likes of which we shall never see again! Although this is progress. Flo Rida has acknowledged the existence of someone named Flo Rida, meaning he's taken the first step in forming an identity. It's a start. Flo Rida: I'm a damn shame Todd: Correct. Flo Rida: Order more champagne, pull a damn hamstring Tryin' to put it on ya Todd: Translation: Flo Rida's attempts at seduction are so pathetic and desperate, he causes physical injury to himself. Todd (VO): Geez, this isn't getting any better, is it? Flo Rida: It's like everywhere I go My whistle ready to blow Shawty don't leave a note She can get anybody low Todd (VO): Ugh, this hurts. Todd: Like, here's one of the most amazing things about this guy. Some artists will stretch a word's pronunciation to make it sort of rhyme, or they'll use a colorful metaphor to make a rhyming word fit the song. Flo Rida somehow mispronounces words to make them fit the rhyme scheme even though, and here's the big thing, they still don't make any sense. Now my personal favorite is here. Flo Rida: Girl I'm losing wing, my Bugatti the same road Show me your perfect pitch, you got it, my banjo Talented with your lips, like you blew out the candles Todd: Okay, first off, your banjo? [Clip of man playing banjo on Late Show] Sexy. Okay, I thought you were calling it your whistle. That was easily to visualize, at least. Or can we just substitute any musical instrument in there? Secondly, I'm not sure Flo Rida understands his own innuendo. Flo Rida: Talented with your lips, like you blew out the candles Todd (VO): Flo Rida, I...I hate to break it to you, but blowjobs don't actually involve blowing. Todd: I think. Also, blowing out candles isn't difficult. Five-year-olds can do it. You're one step away from complimenting this girl for breathing. Flo Rida: Go on girl you can twerk it Let me see you whistle while you work it Todd (VO): This is bad. This is all bad. At a time when even the most serious music critics seem to be falling all over themselves to treat the newest pop song with the same level of scrutiny and respect as a new Arcade Fire album, [Tweet from Slate: "Flo Rida's 'Whistle' is number one on the pop charts. Why???"] no one has anything good to say about Flo Rida, except that he sells records. Saying this is a Flo Rida song doesn't even feel right. It's like calling [image from...] Avatar a Sam Worthington movie—he's there, but you wouldn't really notice if he wasn't. And it's not like he contributes anything. Just...here's a question—what do you do with this song? The goofy whistling and guitar, I mean, what the hell is this? It's not a club song 'cause you can't dance to it, you can't sing along because no one knows any lyrics, you're not exactly gonna turn it on for lovemaking purposes. I mean...y...you think people realize that this song is explicitly about a blowjob? I can't wait for this to show up on [cover of...] Kidz Bop. Todd: What is this song good for? Anything? No, I'm done. I'm done. I'm done with this. [Gets up and leaves] Todd: [catching himself] Oh, God damn it! [Pauses game and hits himself on the head five times with a bat] Okay. [Back to the game] Closing tag song: Cliff Edwards & Dickie Jones - "Give a Little Whistle" (from Pinocchio)
  • Whistle is a non-anthropomorphic character in Happy Tree Friends.
  • The Whistle is a neck item in Club Penguin Rewritten. All players could obtain it for free during the Cove Anniversary Party in the forest.
  • The specific memory from my innocent childhood was so vivid. I thought I've forgotten about this certain event for years, but it has been lingering in the back of my brain. Just waiting there, waiting for it to all come back to me. Causing me fear and paranoia. Delusions occur often as it comes by, taunting and haunting me. Never stopping, it all hurts me inside. That dreadful tune, the catchy whistle. As it plays it comes out as a low, soft tune. It seems peaceful, but it's dreadful. As a 6-year-old child, I was curious about certain things. Adults, school, life, and most of all. Ghosts. On my 6th birthday, I received a detective case and supplies. It was amazing, I used to go around my large, spacious home, pretending to be a detective. I remember, when my friends and I. Bill, Jack, Tony, Parker, and Toby. We lived near a park. Everyday, our parents would drop us off at the park to play. I never realised the oddities of this park. Until it nearly destroyed me. My friends and I were playing at the park. A classic game of tag. Something that a normal child would play as their childhood continued. As I climbed the tall, sturdy playground, I lost my footing and descended down. I hit my head on a hard, wooden board. I passed out. But I could still hear the innocent voices of my childhood friends. I could hear crying and sobbing, but saw nothing. I found myself in a hospital, a child's hospital. I had not yet learned how to sleep by myself, thankfully enough. My parents stayed the night. As I slept, I had entered astral projection. I didn't know I was astral projecting. On that same night, I got past the astral plane. Where the lost souls and devils linger and roam freely. Hoping to be free by entering a human body. As I roamed around, I heard that dreadful whistling sound. Peaceful, but somewhat depressing and sorrowful. I finally woke up, sweating profusely. I saw my parents sleeping on the pullover bed on the couch. I wanted to cry, but couldn't. Nothing came out of my mouth, my eyes filled with tears but it couldn't flow. I sat there, being devoured by the pitch black room. I finally fell asleep. After a few years I never heard that whistle gain. Until I was 12. I was 12, entering grade 7. Nervously, I put on my new clothes. Simple, but looked great. As I looked into the mirror, I noticed something different about me. I was tired, and my eye bags were dark and puffy. I ignored it and washed my face. Making sure to enjoy the splash on ice cold water. The first week of school went by. Followed by the second. On the third week of school I heard the whistle. I was walking to school. I could hear the sound of birds chirping and the wind blowing. The skies were clear, and the hot sun blazed upon my back. I entered the school yard, I saw a bunch of kids on the playground. Happy and energetic. As I got off the last flight of steps on the stairs, I heard it. The whistle. I started to feel dizzy and drowsy, I could notice black patches as I looked across the school yard. I started to see things, demons, figures, men with arms large as a 10 foot pole. I turned behind me to look at what was tapping on my bony shoulder. A blood covered entity. I passed out, waking up in the hospital. When I got home a few days later, I was able to function without the dizzy feeling. As I laid on my bed one night, I started to hallucinate. I looked to my sides, figures pinning me to the bed. I struggled to break out, but only managed to roll out of my bed, and onto the cold hard ground. I struggled even more, I looked at my walls. I could see scratch marks on them. My posters of NBA players covered in blood. I screamed. But no one heard me, I was petrified. I didn't know what was happening to me. I couldn't breathe. I eventually blacked out. I woke up, struggling for air. I started to go insane. I tore down the posters on my walls, I cried loudly. I started to throw things across my room. I couldn't stop, I was scared. I eventually started kicking and punching my bedroom walls, feeling no pain. As I cried in the corner of my room, I saw the my hands covered in blood. My parents entered the room. They held me tight, crying with me. They didn't know what was wrong either. "It's going to be all right Justin," my mother said tearfully. For 20 years my life was normal.... Until the day I lost my family. I was out playing ball with my son, Jacob. As we shot the basketball, I started to feel dizzy. I told my son that I was going inside. As I sat on the couch, I heard the whistling noise. I couldn't remember it was the whistling noise that haunted me as a kid at the time. I closed my eyes, and dreamed. I saw my son, Jacob, with a tall disfigured man. I'm not going into perspective. All I knew was that he was tall and covered in drapes. "Dad! Help me!" my son said to me, eyes filled with tears. "Jacob…" my voice trailed off. That was the last time I saw him. A week later my wife disappeared. I have nothing left, I'm depressed. I've never felt like this in my life. I sit in my empty house, awaiting the whistle to play once more...
  • The Whistle is an item in KQ4. A pelican had swallowed it, but the bird gave it to Rosella as a thank you for giving it a fish. The whistle summoned a dolphin.
  • In Pikmin 3, the cursor and whistle have taken on new looks. The cursor is now a simple circle with a dot in the center. The dot has a straight white line that leads to the captain. The whistle radius is a single color dashed line that gradually grows, and then sends a second dashed circle upwards, creating a cylindrical column of light. This is used to call Winged Pikmin that are flying too high for the normal whistle. The new captains in the game have visible whistles built into their helmets. In the Gamecube games, the whistle cursor points in the same direction the captain is facing, but on the Wii versions, you can move the cursor anywhere on the screen using the Wii Remote. In Pikmin 2, there is an enemy called the Antenna Beetle which makes a whistle with its wings that can attract Pikmin and lead them into hazards. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the whistle is used to gather and sort Pikmin. The move is called "Pikmin Order", and is done by pressing down and B at the same time. Unlike the main series games, it calls Pikmin from anywhere on the stage as opposed to only within the radius. It appears much the same as it does in Pikmin and Pikmin 2, but it is smaller, without a reticule, and lasts a shorter amount of time. In the Nintendo Land attraction Pikmin Adventure, pressing ZL, ZR, or tapping the call icon on the Wii U gamepad will cause the Mii controlling Captain Olimar to whistle all Pikmin, including the other player Pikmin to him/her. This will cause all player Pikmin to stack on top of Olimar's head, which Olimar can now throw at enemies or other obstacles. Pikmin can refuse being called by shaking the Wii Remote. Much like Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Pikmin can be called from anywhere.
  • Whistle is the Sound gag. It succeeds the Bike Horn but precedes the Bugle.
  • There existed a spell to turn a whistle into a pocket-watch. In 1995, during the first meeting of Dumbledore's Army, Harry Potter had the members of the group practise the Disarming Charm. After a while, it came time for them to stop, but the level of noise was such that nobody could hear Harry shouting for them to stop. He thought to himself "I need a whistle" and the Room of Requirement provided, as he immediately spotted one lying on top of the nearest row of books, which he picked up and blew hard.
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