Talk:Pinna Park

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I think Pinna means Pineapple in Italian... O_oPaper Jorge

Read the Trivia section. -- Son of Suns
I did arleady. Are you sure about that (it's Fin?) Paper Jorge
I dunno. I don't know Italian. =( -- Son of Suns
At the Babel Fish translating website, "pinna" is Italian for "fin". -- Son of Suns
Ok. I believe that.

What I was going to sya before the Edit Conflict:

Well since I know spanish and spanish is really close to Italian (Pianta is Plant in Italian...Planta is Plant is Spanish... ect.) I think it's Pineapple. Pina is Pineapple in Spanish. Paper Jorge
Piña is pineapple in Spanish. Since we don't know Italian, and the translator says "fin", this is a moot argument. Pinna as Fin will stay in the article. -- Son of Suns


How do you make the ñ? I don't have it in my keyboard. Paper Jorge
You can find it in Word (I believe in symbols), or on the internet (at a translator website). -- Son of Suns
After searching for "Pinna" at both freetranslation.com and dictionary.com's translator, both said that Pinna is italian for "fin".
~ ‎ Luigi hc ‎

7 Attractionz[edit]

Technically, there are 7 attractions, not 5. There's a Boygey Petting Zoo near the Pirate Ships, & what might be a funhouse behind the Ferriswheel. I'm just being honest. 35x35px BoygeyMario 35x35px 13:14, 2 June 2013 (EDT)

Can you provide proof of that? Also, is "boygey" an official name? --driftmaster130 (TalkEdits) 13:33, 2 June 2013 (EDT)
A male magenta Noki claims the area behind the ferriswheel is a ride (Under maintenance), & a female purple Noki is already in charge of the actual ferriswheel. Also, the name Boygey seems to fit them better & to me it shows them moar respect. Plus, even though there's no Noki in charge of their petting zoo, I think the boygeys might actually be in charge of themselves. After all, boygeys are the main inhabitants of Pinna Park. (I've counted the park's population: 18 Nokis, 6 Piantas, 44 boygeys, 2 Yoshis, & 5 Sunflowers, Total=75!). I've said too much, haven't I. SMS Strollin Stu Alternate Artwork.png BoygeyPumpkineer SMS Smolderin Stu.png
By the "petting zoo", are you just referring to the area in the back where the Stus are stacked? And also did you count the Electro-Koopas?--driftmaster130 (TalkEdits) 17:39, 6 June 2013 (EDT)
Exactly. I believe that's the areas purpose, So people can pet the boygeys that live there. Also I didn't count Electro-Koopas as inhabitants because they are clearly enemies, & citizens don't enjoy their presence. On teh other hand, Nobody on Isle Delfino has anything against boygeys. I honestly think boygeys are friendly & misunderstood. Just for the record, I've even counted the boygeys in the secret levels. SMS Strollin Stu Alternate Artwork.png BoygeyPumpkineer SMS Smolderin Stu.png

Blue Coin 14[edit]

I think there is some sort of mistake about the 14th blue coin. There are no pools, sand platforms or graffiti arts outside of the part. Is it supposed to say inside? YoshiHeadSSBU.png Tails777 Talk to me!SSBUStockIcon - Robin.png