Two pair, threes and twos.
EXAMPLE: "I had mites and lice, but was beaten by a larger two pair."
APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues
A full house using twos and threes; either twos full of threes or threes full of twos.
EXAMPLE: "Mites and lice can be a strong hand if it is completed, but even if you think you're lucky enough to hit your cards it is hard to think of a situation when it is worth staying in the hand with twos or threes long enough to find out. It isn't worth the gamble."
Twos and threes, especially as used when designating wild cards.
EXAMPLE: Player A: "What are the wild cards?" Player B: "Mites and lice."