What are POGs used for?
Put simply, POGs are simple, round discs that were initially used to seal gallons of milk produced by the Maui-based company, Haleakala. Among the line of dairy products produced by the company was a drink known as Passion Orange Guava, which would become the namesake of our favorite little collectibles.
What does POGs stand for?
|POGS||Peace Out Girl Scout|
|POGS||People Other than Grunts|
|POGS||Philippine Obstetrical and Gynecological Society (Foundation), Inc.|
|POGS||Physician Organization Gain Sharing (Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan)|
How do you play the game POGs?
The players take turns throwing their slammer down onto the top of the stack, causing it to spring up and the pogs to scatter. Each player keeps any pogs that land face-up after they’ve thrown. After each throw, the pogs which have landed face-down are then re-stacked for the next player.
Do POGs still exist?
Pogs are still around, however, and actually very successful, though not in any toy store, or anywhere else you would expect. In 2001, during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, commanders and base leaders realized they had a problem.
Are Pogs worth money?
Pogs from the ’90s can go for under $1 each.
While some Pogs can be worth a decent amount of money, individual Pogs can go for under $1 and even larger collections will sell for around $10.
What are the most valuable Pogs?
Top 10 Most Expensive POGs! (Do You Have These?!)
- Derrick Jeter / Jorge Posada POGs ($60)
- Pokemon 50 Piece Collection Set ($28)
- Waterworld With Kevin Costner 65 POG Set ($36)
- Snoopy Peanuts 38 Piece Collection ($18)
- Ice Age Collision Course Set of 3 POGs ($8)
- Angry Birds Go Set of 3 POGs ($8)
Is Pog good or bad?
Pog means Play of the Game. It has been co-opted to be a word for shock or surprise. It’s still used as Play of the Game; especially when something great happens, chats usually spam “POG” to express how great the play was.
Where did Pogs come from?
The game POGs originated in Maui, Hawaii in the 1920s, according to an archived CBS News report from 1994. Game name originated from the use of stacked bottle caps, or milk caps from a drink that had passionfruit, orange and guava, hence the name POG.
Why is it called POG?
The term “pog” comes from the brand name of a juice. “POG” juice got its name from an acronym (an actual acronym, for once) referring to its ingredients: Passion fruit, Orange, and Guava. Using POG-brand caps to play milkcaps was part of the promotion of POG juice. In the game, each player stacks their pogs face down.
What do Pogs look like?
Pogs are cardboard discs about the size of a US half-dollar. They’re usually blank on one side, with some kind of design on the other side. Slammers are metal discs that are somewhat larger than the pogs themselves.
Why do Pogs have staples?
Real milk caps had small staples in them which, when stacked, produced a random element to the game. Regular milk caps were used to throw at the stack and were able to flip the pile.
What does Pog mean in fortnite?
POG stands for “play of the game”, which is the best “play” in the entire round/match/whatever.
Will Pogs make a comeback?
POGs are making a comeback with an AR-enabled mobile game.
What is the rarest POG?
Produced by Skybox and in collectible sets of 20 to 50, Bart pogs was by far the rarest. Released in 1994 like the aforementioned ranger set, this pog has probably kept its value due to the even mix of rarity and the continued popularity of The Simpsons as a television show.
Are Tazos Pogs?
Tazos are disks that were distributed as promotional items with products of Frito-Lay and its subsidiaries around the world. The idea behind Tazos started out similar to Pogs, whereby each Tazo contained a score value, and a game was played to ‘win’ Tazos from other players.