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    Originally posted by Vitriol View Post


    Okay I officially don't know what the fuck that was about.
    Not even a guess or an inkling.

    I'd smoke a bowl to see if that helped but I live in a backward-assed state in a backward-assed nation so that's not currently an option available to me.

    Can you rev a pancake and wink the ice a bit until that nest is less please?
    The English gamo of Bingo (whick I have played half a dozen time in my life) cansists of a grid of 88 numbers. When the 'caller' shouts out the name of the next digits he normarrl prefaces each number the following way. In the US it seems somewhat different.

    1 Kelly's Eye The pun is military slang;[3] possibly a reference to Ned Kelly, from Ned Kelly's helmet, the eye slot resembling the number 1. Also after the Valiant comic strip "Kelly's Eye" where the eponymous Kelly possessed a magic amulet.
    2 One little duck. From the resemblance of the number 2 to a duck; see '22'
    Me and you Romantic rhyme
    3 Cup of tea Rhymes with "Three"
    You and me Romantic rhyme
    4 Knock at the door Rhymes with "Four"
    5 Man alive Rhymes with "Five"
    6 Tom Mix[2] Rhymes with "Six". After Tom Mix, a star of silent-era Westerns
    Half a dozen[4] A common phrase meaning six units (see "12" below)
    7 Lucky[4] 7 is considered a lucky number in some cultures
    8 Garden gate[4] Rhymes with "Eight"
    9 Brighton line [4][5] A reference to the British railway line running from London Victoria and London Bridge to Brighton
    Doctor's Orders Number 9 was a laxative pill given out by army doctors in WWII.
    10 (mouses ) Den The name refers to whoever currently resides at Number 10 Downing Street.
    11 Legs eleven[5] A reference to the shape of the number resembling a pair of legs, often chicken legs specifically.[6] The players often wolf whistle in response.
    12 One dozen A reference to there being 12 units in one dozen.
    13 Unlucky for some A reference to 13 being an unlucky number.
    14 The Lawnmower The original lawnmower had a 14-inch blade.
    15 Young and Keen Fifteen rhymes with keen
    16 Never been kissed[2] After the song Sweet Sixteen and Never Been Kissed
    17 Dancing Queen ABBA's song Dancing Queen has the number mentioned in the lyrics.
    18 Coming of Age Eighteen is the age of maturity in the UK.
    19 Goodbye Teens Nineteen is the age after which people stop being teenagers.
    20 One Score A reference to there being 20 units in one score.
    Getting Plenty Rhymes with "Twenty"
    21 Key of the Door The traditional age of majority.
    22 Two little ducks The numeral 22 resembles the profile of two ducks.[6] Response is often "quack, quack, quack".
    23 The Lord is My Shepherd The first words of Psalm 23 of the Old Testament
    Thee and Me Rhymes with 23
    24 Two dozen 12 × 2 = 24. See 12.
    25 Duck and dive Rhymes with "(Twenty) Five", and is made up of a "2" - resembles a duck, and a "5" - resembles an upside-down "2".
    26 Two and six, half a crown Pre-decimalised currency in the UK. (See half crown)
    A to Z A reference to the fact that there are twenty-six letters in the alphabet
    27 Duck and a crutch. The number 2 looks like a duck (see '2') and the number 7 looks like a crutch.
    28 In a state. "Two and eight" is rhyming slang for "state".
    Overweight Rhymes with 28.
    29 Rise and Shine Rhymes with "(Twenty) Nine"
    30 Burlington Bertie Reference to a music hall song of the same name composed in 1900, and a more famous parody (Burlington Bertie from Bow) written in 1915 specifically the line: "I'm Burlington Bertie I rise at ten-thirty".
    Dirty Gertie[1] Common rhyme derived from the given name Gertrude, used as a nickname for the statue La Delivrance installed in North London in 1927. The usage was reinforced by Dirty Gertie from Bizerte, a bawdy song sung by Allied soldiers in North Africa during the Second World War.[7]
    31 Get Up and Run[1] Rhymes with "(Thirty) One"
    32 Buckle My Shoe Rhymes with "(Thirty) Two"
    33 All the threes[4]
    Fish, chips and peas
    34 Ask for More Rhymes with "(Thirty) Four"
    35 Jump and Jive[2] A dance step
    36 Triple dozen 3 x 12 = 36. Refer to 12 above
    38 Christmas cake Cockney rhyming slang
    39 Steps From the 39 Steps
    40 Life Begins refers to the proverb 'life begins at forty'
    43 down on your knees This was a phrase that was made popular during wartime by soldiers.
    44 Droopy drawers[5] Rhyme that refers to sagging trousers.[citation needed]
    45 Halfway there Being halfway towards 90
    46 up to tricks rhyming
    48 Four Dozen 4 x 12 = 48. Refer to 12 above.
    49 PC Refers to the BBC Radio series "The Adventures of PC 49". Usual response is "Evening all".
    50 It's a bullseye! Referring to the darts score.
    5 – 0, 5 – 0, it’s off to work we go Referring to Snow White
    52 Danny La Rue[8] A reference to drag entertainer Danny La Rue. Also used for other numbers ending in '2' (see '72' below).
    Chicken vindaloo[1] Introduced by Butlins in 2003.[1]
    Deck of Cards Number of cards in a deck
    53 Here comes Herbie 53 is the racing number of Herbie the VW Beetle. Players may reply "beep beep"!
    54 Man at the door Rhymes with "(Fifty) Four"
    55 All the fives[4] Ged Kelly
    56 Shotts Bus[4] Refers to the former number of the bus from Glasgow to Shotts.
    Was She Worth It? This refers to the pre-decimal price of a marriage licence in Britain, 5/6d. The players shout back "Every Penny"
    57 Heinz Varieties[4] Refers to "Heinz 57", the "57 Varieties" slogan of the H. J. Heinz Company.
    59 The Brighton Line Quote from The Importance of Being Earnest.

    Also, 59 was the starting 2 digits of all original Brighton telephone numbers[citation needed].
    60 Grandma's getting frisky Pretty close to a rhyme with 'sixty'
    62 Tickety-boo Rhymes with "(Sixty) Two"
    63 Katie's bad knee Reference to the Warwickshire resident of the same name - local use only.
    64 Almost retired A reference to the former British male age of mandatory retirement - specifically being one year away from it.
    65 Retirement age, Stop work[2] A reference to the former male British age of mandatory retirement.
    66 Clickety click[5] Rhymes with "(Sixty) Six"
    67 Stairway to Heaven Coined by Andrew "CIP" Lavelle
    68 Pick a Mate Coined by Edward James Mackey II
    69 Anyway up, Meal for Two, A Favourite of mine[2] A reference to the 69 sex position.
    71 Bang on the Drum[2] Rhymes with "(Seventy) One"
    72 Danny La Rue[2] Rhymes with "(Seventy) Two"
    73 Queen Bee. Under The Tree. Lucky 3[9] Rhymes with "(Seventy) Three"
    74 Hit the Floor Coined by Ann Fitzsimons
    76 Trombones[10] "Seventy-Six Trombones" is a popular marching song, from the musical The Music Man.
    77 Two little crutches[10] The number 77 resembles 2 little "Crutches"
    Sunset Strip From the 1960s television series "77 Sunset Strip". Usually sung by the players.
    78 39 more steps 39 + 39 = 78. Refer to 39 being "39 steps" above.
    80 Gandhi's Breakfast "Ate nothing"
    81 Fat Lady with a walking stick The number 8 is supposed to visually represent a lady with ample bosom and hips, while the number 1 is supposed to visually represent a walking stick
    83 Time for Tea Rhymes and scans[11]
    84 Seven dozen 7 x 12 = 84. Refer to 12 being "a dozen" above
    85 Staying alive[12] Rhymes with "(Eighty) Five"
    86 Between the sticks Rhymes with "(Eighty) Six". Refers to the position of goalkeeper in football.
    87 Torquay in Devon Rhymes with "(Eighty) Seven". Torquay which is in the county of Devon, rather than one of several other Torquays which were elsewhere in the British Empire.
    88 Two Fat Ladies[13] The number 88 visually represents a lady next to another lady. Refer to 81 above. Players can reply with 'Wobble, wobble.'
    89 Nearly there 89 is one away from 90 (the end of the bingo numbers).
    Almost there
    90 Top of the shop[4] 90 is the highest (top) number in bingo. Shop refers to the entire game of bingo (and also rhymes with "top").


      Huh. There's a thing and that's for certain.
      As that comic said: we're separated by a common language. Heh


        No we are.


          Originally posted by Fucktard
          Hello boys and ladyboys. Tis I. The Scoundrel. Wearing a Sunday frock to post alongside you pre op trannies and ner do wells.

          As you may have noticed on your clandestine visits to SG, there has been a change of management and policy.

          I now control the BG entirely and can guarantee a fair ride for all.

          No longer are Poofer and Summy unwelcome, quite the opposite. If you want to post then feel free to do so. Your posts will not be fucked with.

          You already spend 90% of your time bitching about SG from your bunkered closet. Why not have your say to the actual people you chit chat about?

          Stop dividing the Flaming community. There's very few of us left.

          That is all.
          Say, man. Could you do all of us a favor and stick to sucking on Flea's jumbo jet tire sized udders? Why would you bring in your stank of stupidity for all of us to smell? Are you a fucking moron? How is it you're this "big bad flamer" that i've never really heard of? The only thing I remember your dumb ass in is the FC Nations Cup. You sucked.

          I like how you ran back to SG and tried saying I came in here to start "shit" with FC. Re-read my first posts here you fucking illiterate asshat. You're the man-bitch that came in here with a fucking retarded preamble thats been done to fucking death you fucking unimaginative fuck.

          Take you "offer of goodwill," turn it sideways and shove it up Flea's bovine anus. You and whats left of SG are nothing. I, myself could slaughter that whole forum while painting my nails, while drinking a vanilla latte' while binge watching Shameless. Go off and let that fucking horrid forum die in silence. No one gives one flying fuck about those mentally stunted midgets residing at the SG.


            Originally posted by Flynn View Post
            How is it you're this "big bad flamer" that i've never really heard of?
            I'm the one who pwned you in a one day thread at SG when you couldn't get your dental graphs the right way up. Fair enough I still laugh about that. Do you?


              Originally posted by Saint Martini View Post
              And no I'm not fixing that
              I see you’re practicing for new forum owner status