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A Guide to Online Bingo Lingo!

A Guide to Online Bingo Lingo

If you’re just getting started in the world of online bingo then you might want to familiarise yourself with some of the most commonly used ‘bingo lingo’.

Many of these phrases derive from different times and places in British society, and have much in common with cockney rhyming slang, war time phrases and even famous celebrities!

From 1-90, below you’ll find a full list of the most commonly used bingo terminology so squat up, explore some new bingo sites and start talking bingo like a pro!

Bingo Lingo

  1. Buttered scone, At the beginning, Little Jimmy, Nelson’s column, B1, Baby of bingo
  2. One little duck, Baby’s done it, Doctor who, Me and you, Little boy blue, Home alone, Peek a boo
  3. Dearie me, I’m free, Debbie McGee, You and me, Goodness me, One little flea, Cup of tea
  4. The one next door, On the floor, knock at the door, Shut the door, Bobby Moore
  5. Man alive, Jack’s alive, One little snake
  6. Tom Mix, Tom’s tricks, Chopsticks, In a fix
  7. Lucky seven, God’s in heaven, One little crutch, David Beckham, One hockey stick, A slice of heaven
  8. Garden gate, Golden gate, At the gate, Harry Tate, One fat lady, She’s always late, Sexy Kate
  9. Doctor’s orders
  10. Downing street, Cock and hen (rhyming), Uncle Ben (rhyming), A big fat hen
  11. Legs eleven, Legs – they’re lovely, Kelly’s legs number eleven, Chicken legs, Skinny legs
  12. One dozen, One and two – a dozen, Monkey’s cousin
  13. Unlucky for some, Devil’s number, Bakers dozen
  14. Valentines day, Tender
  15. Rugby team, Young and keen, Yet to be kissed
  16. Sweet sixteen, She’s lovely, Never been kissed
  17. Often been kissed, Over-ripe, Dancing queen, The age to catch ’em, Posh and Becks
  18. Key of the door, Now you can vote, Coming of age
  19. Goodbye teen
  20. One score, Getting plenty, Blind 20
  21. Royal salute, Key of the door, If only I was.., Just my age
  22. Two little ducks, Ducks on a pond, Dinky doo, All the twos, Bishop Desmond, Put your 2 2’s on
  23. A duck and a flea, Thee and me, The Lord’s my shepherd (based on 23rd Psalm), A duck on a tree
  24. Two dozen, Did you score?, Do you want some more?
  25. Duck and dive
  26. Bed and breakfast (traditional price was 2 shillings 6 pence), Half a crown (equal to 2 shillings 6 pence)
  27. Little duck with a crutch, Gateway to heaven
  28. In a state, The old brags, Over weight, Duck & its mate
  29. You’re doing fine, In your prime, Rise and shine
  30. Burlington Bertie, Dirty Gertie, Speed limit (in built-up area, UK), Blind 30, Flirty thirty, Your face is dirty
  31. Get up and run
  32. Buckle my shoe
  33. Dirty knees, All the feathers, All the threes, Gertie Lee, Two little fleas, Sherwood forest (all the trees)
  34. Ask for more
  35. Jump and jive, Flirty wives
  36. Three dozen, Perfect
  37. A flea in heaven, More than eleven
  38. Christmas cake
  39. Those famous steps, All the steps, Jack Benny
  40. Two score, Life begins at, Blind 40, Naughty 40
  41. Life’s begun, Time for fun
  42. That famous street in Manhattan, Whinny the Poo
  43. Down on your knees
  44. Droopy drawers, All the fours, Open two doors
  45. Halfway house, Halfway there, Cowboys friend
  46. Up to tricks
  47. Four and seven
  48. Four dozen
  49. Copper, Nick nick, Rise and shine
  50. Bulls eye, Bung hole, Blind 50, Half a century, Snow White’s number (five-oh, five-oh..), Hawaii five O
  51. I love my mum, Tweak of the thumb, The Highland Division
  52. Weeks in a year, The Lowland Div[ision], Danny La Rue, Pack ‘o cards
  53. Stuck in the tree
  54. Clean the floor, House of bamboo (famous song)
  55. Snakes alive, All the fives, Double nickets, Give us fives, Bunch of fives
  56. Was she worth it?
  57. Heinz varieties, All the beans
  58. Make them wait, Choo choo Thomas
  59. Brighton line (engine 59)
  60. Three score, Blind 60, Five dozen
  61. Bakers bun
  62. Tickety boo, Turn on the screw
  63. Tickle me
  64. The Beatles number, Red raw
  65. Old age pension, Stop work
  66. Clickety click, All the sixes
  67. Made in heaven
  68. Saving grace
  69. The same both ways, your place or mine? Meal for two, The French connection, Yum yum
  70. Three score and ten, Blind 70
  71. Bang on the drum, Lucky one
  72. A crutch and a duck, Six dozen, Par for the fourse (gol), Lucky two
  73. Crutch with a flea, Queen B, Under the tree, Lucky Three
  74. Candy store, Grandmamma of Bingo, Lucky four
  75. Strive and strive, Big Daddy, Granddaddy of Bingo, Lucky five
  76. Trombones, Seven n’ six – was she worth it?, Lucky six
  77. Sunset strip, All the sevens, Two little crutches, The double hockey stick, Lucky seven
  78. Heavens gate, Lucky eight
  79. One more time, Lucky nine
  80. Gandhi’s breakfast, Blind 80, Eight and blank, There you go matey
  81. Stop and run, Corner shot
  82. Fat lady with a duck, Straight on through
  83. Fat lady with a flea, Time for tea, Ethel’s Ea
  84. Seven dozen
  85. Staying alive
  86. Between the sticks
  87. Fat lady with a crutch, Torquay in Devon
  88. Two fat ladies, Wobbly wobbly, All the eights
  89. Nearly there, All but one
  90. Top of the shop, Top of the house, Blind 90, As far as we go, End of the line