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Bingo Calls

If you're not a bingo whiz, here are some of the fun bingo calls you might come across in our great rooms.

These calls were traditionally used in bingo halls, buy why not bring in some of the fun to our great chatrooms or use one to help create your username - who knows they may even bring you some luck!

There's a bingo call for every bingo call from 1 - 90 and you'll notice a lot of the bingo calls rhyme, but some are more obscure. We've tried to explain the meaning for these ones, so eyes down and happy calling!

1. Kelly's Eye (One eyed Australian gangster Ned Kelly.)
2. One Little Duck (the number 2 is a swan like shape.)
3. Cup of Tea
4. Knock at the Door
5. Man Alive
6. Tom Mix
7. Lucky 7
8. Garden Gate
9. Doctors Orders (Brought back from the army days A pill known as Number 9 was a laxative given out by army doctors.)
10. Gordon's Den (This changes depending on who the British Prime Minister is at the time, and referes to the traditional home of the PM, 10 Downing Street.)
11. Legs Eleven
12. One Dozen
13. Unlucky for Some
14. Valentines Day
15. Young and Keen
16. Sweet Sixteen
17. Dancing Queen (From the ABBA Song, Dancing Queen. 'You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen')
18. Coming of Age
19. Goodbye-Teens
20. One Score
21. Key of the Door
22. Two Little Ducks
23. Thee and Me
24. Two Dozen
25. Duck and Dive
26. Pick and Mix
27. Gateway to Heaven
28. Over Weight
29. Rise and Shine
30. Dirty Gertie
31. Get up and Run
32. Buckle my Shoe
33. Dirty Knee
34. Ask for More
35. Jump and Jive
36. Three Dozen
37. More than Eleven
38. Christmas Cake
39. Steps
40. Naughty Forty
41. Time for Fun
42. Winnie the Pooh
43. Down on your Knees
44. Droopy Drawers
45. Halfway There
46. Up to Tricks
47. Four and Seven
48. Four Dozen
49. PC (PC 49 was a well-known police radio show in the late 1940s.)
50. Half a Century
51. Tweak of the Thumb
52. Danny La Rue (Famous British drag artist.)
53. Stuck in the Tree
54. Clean the Floor
55. Snakes Alive
56. Was she worth it? (This one is a bit dubious in origin, some say it may be because it could refer to 56 year old man who has been married for a long time.)
57. Heinz Varieties (57 is the number of varieties that Heinz baked beans state on their label, however they actually now have over one thousand different products!)
58. Make them Wait
59. Brighton Line
60. Five Dozen
61. Bakers Bun
62. Turn on the Screw
63. Tickle Me 63
64. Red Raw
65. Old Age Pension (The age you would traditionally retire and become a pensioner.)
66. Clickety Click
67. Made in Heaven
68. Saving Grace
69. Either Way Up
70. Three Score & Ten
71. Bang on the Drum
72. Six Dozen
73. Queen B
74. Candy Store
75. Strive & Strive
76. Trombones (Refers to the brass section musical piece '76 trombones' usually played in parades)
77. Sunset Strip (Hit American TV Show)
78. Heavens Gate
79. One More Time
80. Eight & Blank
81. Stop & Run
82. Straight On Through
83. Time for Tea
84. Seven Dozen
85. Staying Alive
86. Between the Sticks
87. Torquay in Devon
88. Two Fat Ladies
89. Nearly There
90. Top of the Shop