Here at Bingo Hideout, we are here to inform, and so here is part 2 of our informative bingo calls run-down (read Part One ). Here we are studying numbers 31 to 60, and we have included as many explanations as possible for the, sometimes obscure, rhymes. You may not find some of the calls you're familiar with if you play a lot of online bingo as some sites use their own bingo lingo, but we hope to have covered all the most popular calls for anyone who's not familiar with the rhymes.
31. Get up and run
32. Buckle my show
33. All the threes/Dirty knees/All the Trees Sherwood Forest/Gertie Lee
34. Ask for more
35. Jump and jive/Flirty Wives
36. Three dozen/Perfect. Perfect refers to the measurements 36-24-36
37. A flea in heaven/More than eleven
38. Christmas cake
39. Famous steps
40. Naughty forty
41. Time for fun/Life's just begun
42. Winnie the Pooh
43. Down on your knees
44. All the fours/ Droopy drawers/Open two doors
45. Halfway House/ Halfway there/Cowboy's friend
46. Up to tricks
47. Four and Seven
48. Four dozen
49. Nick Nick/ PC/ Copper/Rise and Shine
50. Blind 50/ Half a Century/Bulls Eye. Refers to the number of points needed for a bulls eye in the game of darts/Bung Hole
51. Tweak of the Thumb
52. Weeks in a Year/ Danny la Rue
53. Stuck in the Tree/The joker
54. Clean the floor/House of Bamboo. The House of Bamboo is a famous song.
55. Alll the fives/ Snakes Alive/Bunch of Fives
56. Was She Worth it?
57. Heinz Varieties/All the Beans
58. Choo Choo Thomas, Make Them Wait
59. Engine59/Brighton Line. Named after the the London to Brighton bus service.
60. Blind 60/ Five Dozen
We hope that these overviews are helpful to our members and that looking into the various calls you might encounter helps your game. If you come across any calls that are not specific to the site you play on that we have missed out please let us know, and we'll update our glossary accordingly.
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