Happy Thanksgiving/Hanukkah, everyone! If you’re like the vast majority of people, then your family is at least a little bit dysfunctional. Why not turn this year’s awkward moments, blowout fights, and tense dinner table debates into a super fun game? Just print out this handy Dysfunctional Family Bingo Card and mark off each square as they happen. First one to fill in a full row or column wins a bottle of bourbon, a tearful night on the sleeper sofa, and 10 years of therapy. Good luck!
How do you solve a problem like Austin Whaley? The 18-year-old Covington, Kentucky, resident had taken to running into crowded bingo halls and shouting “BINGO!” to the dismay of local bingo aficionados.
Local police picked Whaley up last month after he and a gaggle of friends wandered into a bingo hall and began effusively shouting bingo. “This caused the hall to quit operating since they thought someone had won,” explained arresting officer Police Sgt. Richard Webster. “This delayed the game by several minutes and caused alarm to patrons.”
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No plans this weekend? No problem. You can get some friends together to watch Bravo, drink white wine and play a few rounds of Shmitten Kitten’s Bingo for women in their 30′s. Or if you have no friends, you can just study the Bingo board to better understand the complex creature which is the 30-something woman.This pretty much sums me up entirely except for the kitten, which I would be wildly allergic to, and the Kindle, which I have plans to purchase this weekend. Shmitten Kitten, you’ve simplified my whole life down to a Bingo board. Oh, and I’ve been told to mention that the Ryan Gosling square was inspired by Amelia. But it still applies to all of us. [Shmitten Kitten]
As the saying goes, when life hands you lemons, make vodka lemonade. Likewise, when life hands you a bad date, play Shmitten Kitten’s Bad Date Bingo “because, hey, even if you weren’t able to score on your date, you could still be a winner.” [Shmitten Kitten] Keep reading »
Frisky commenters are seriously freaking awesome. But I’ve blogged at a bunch of different sites and have heard some not so nice things — that I’m stupid, immature—even sexist. At least no one has called me “ugly” yet, but there’s still plenty of time!
With that in mind, the blog The Curvature linked to a list of “troll” bingo cards. Each fake bingo card has a list of typical of unkind/inaccurate remarks that trolls make. She’s got one for “anti-choice” comments, one for homophobic comments, fat hate comments, and a bunch of others.
My favorite card for “troll bingo” is one of the ones for anti-feminist comments—because seriously, how many times have you been asked “Is it that time of the month?” or “Can’t you take a joke?” when you make a feminist statement? Click through to see the “troll bingo” board and play! Keep reading »
Yeehaw! Tonight is the much anticipated Vice-Presidential debate between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Sarah Palin. We haven’t been this excited for a VP debate since, well, ever! Everyone we know is watching, and chances are, everyone you know is too, so why not use this as an excuse to throw a total RAGER? After the jump, our tips for throwing a positively patriotic debate party.
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