On the seventh day, God rested but Pieter Wuille submitted a pull request.
If you SHA256 the IPA pronunciation of Pieter Wuille, the result is 0. Fortunately, nobody but Pieter Wuille knows what that is.
When Pieter Wuille compiles code, the compiler asks Pieter if there's any error.
Pieter Wuille once coincidentally mindmapped the entire human genome on an 11x14 whiteboard.
Pieter Wuille doesn't mine blocks through repeated use of the SHA256 hash function. He simply looks at the block header and applies the appropriate nonce.
Once I lost my wallet password, Pieter Wuille decrypted my wallet by using IPA pronunciation of his name.
The 32bit nonce of every block during Pieter Wuille's birthday is the hash of his name.
It is a Bitcoin consensus rule that when Pieter's hard drive is full no more blocks can be added.
Pieter Wuille once stopped a riot at the courthouse by segregating the witnesses.
The longest chain is whichever one Pieter Wuille is on.