Bingo Call Number 46
Up to Tricks.
The number 46 bingo ball only really has one nickname that is commonly used to call it at the bingo hall. This nickname is up to tricks. The only reason that up to tricks is used is because of its rhyming qualities with the number 46 — forty-six… up to tricks.
Bingo Call Number 47
Four and Seven.
The number 47 bingo ball is called four and seven. It seems that this is the only nickname that is in common use for the number 47 and the reason it is used is that putting the numbers four and seven together gets you 47. Four and seven …. 47.
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Bingo Call Number 48
The number 47 bingo ball is another ball that only really has one commonly used nickname. That nickname is four dozen. It is used because there are 12 in a dozen and 12 x 4 = 48, meaning that 48 is Four Dozen. This is the only widely accepted nickname for the number 48.
Bingo Call Number 49
Police Constable, Nick-Nick, Copper, Rise and Shine.
The number 49 bingo ball has quite a few commonly used nicknames, one of which is PC or Police Constable. This came as a result of the popular radio show in the mid 1900′s called PC 49 that was aired in Great Britain. Nick-nick and copper are also used to call the 49 balls, and these two are a result of the radio show. Rise and shine are used simply because it rhymes with the number 49.
Bingo Call Number 50
Bulls Eye, Blind 50, Bung Hole, Half A Century, Snow White’s Number, Hawaii Five-O, Hawaii.
The number 50 bingo ball has quite a few different nicknames, but one of the most popular is Bulls Eye. Anyone who plays darts already knows why this name is used but for those who don’t the very middle section of a dartboard is called the bull’s eye and is worth 50 points to any player that hits it. Hawaii Five-O is used because of the popular TV program aired in America. This is also the reason that Hawaii is used on its own. Blind 50 is used, so players know there isn’t another number coming after the 50. Half a century is used because 50 is half a century or half of 100, which is known as a century.
Bingo Call Number 51
Tweak of The Thumb, The Highland Division, I Love My Mum.
The number 51 bingo ball has traditionally got two different calls. The first of the two is a tweak of my thumb. And the reason this is used as a nickname is that it rhymes with the number 51. The second of the two nicknames are I love my mum. This is also used for no other reason than it rhymes with the number 51. However, since the second world war, it is sometimes known as the Highland Division who were famous for their bravery and ability in combat.
Bingo Call Number 52
Weeks in A Year, The Lowland Division, Danny La Rue, Pack ‘O Cards.
The number 52 bingo ball is often called as weeks in a year this nickname was given to it because there are 52 weeks in a calendar year. Pack ‘o cards are very similar and are used because there are 52 cards in a standard pack. Danny La Rue used to be a famous drag queen entertainer and is sometimes used as the nickname for the 52-bingo ball because Danny La Rue rhymes with 52. The Lowland Division is used because they were a formidable fighting force during world war 2 with the division number of 52.
Bingo Call Number 53
Stuck in The Tree, The Joker.
The number 53 bingo ball is usually referred to as stuck in the tree, and this is simply because it rhymes with the number 53. The Joker is the other nickname given to the number 52 bingo ball, and this is used because there are 52 cards in a regular deck of cards and the 53rd card would be the joker.
Bingo Call Number 54
Clean the Floor, House of Bamboo.
The number 54 bingo ball is usually called clean the floor. This is simply because the phrase cleans the floor rhymes with the number 54. It has one other nickname which is House of Bamboo. This is used due to the Andy Williams song from 1959 entitled House of Bamboo. One of the lyrics in the song was ‘number 54 the house with the bamboo door’, and this is how the number 54 got its nickname House of Bamboo.
Bingo Call Number 55
Snakes Alive, All the Fives, Give Us Fives, Bunch of Fives.
The number 55 bingo ball is usually called snakes alive. This is because the number 5 itself looks like a snake and snakes alive rhymes with 55. All the fives are pretty self-explanatory 55 is all the fives. Give us fives is used in reference to the saying give me five or high five. The final nickname given to the number 55 is a bunch of fives. This is used because 55 could be considered a bunch of fives even though there is only 2 of them.
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Bingo Call Number 56
Was She Worth It.
The bingo ball number 56 only has one nickname that is commonly used to call it out. The nickname is was she worth it and is thought to be used in reference to a 56-year-old man who has been married all his life. It certainly is a bit of a weird one that’s for sure! Was it worth being married to the same women for such a long time!?
Bingo Call Number 57
All the Beans, Heinz Varieties.
The number 57 bingo ball has two main nicknames, the first of which is all the beans. This nickname was given to the number 57 because the Heinz Baked Beans slogan which was written on the side of a can of beans was 57 Varieties. This is also the reason that the number 57 gets called as Heinz Varieties. If you’re a big beans fan, then you should have known this already!
Bingo Call Number 58
Make Them Wait, Choo-Choo Thomas.
The number 58 bingo ball is usually called to make them wait. The only reason that makes them wait is used is that it rhymes with the number 58. Choo-choo Thomas is more of an interesting one. It is used to call the number 58 because the number 5 looks like the front of a train and the number 8 was the number given to Thomas The Tank Engine. Not many people know that one!
Bingo Call Number 59
The number 59 bingo ball only has one nickname that is used with any frequency, and that nickname is Brighton Line. The nickname Brighton Line is used because engine 59 was used on the railway between Brighton and London. The service in operation was called the Brighton Line, which people would often use to go to the seaside in Brighton from London for holidays or weekend breaks.
Bingo Call Number 60
Three Score, Blind 60, 5 Dozen.
The number 60 bingo ball is often called as Three Score by bingo callers. The reason for this is that one score equals 20, so if you multiply it by 3, you get Sixty. 20 x 3 = 60. Blind 60 is used as a call for the number 60 ball so that players know there isn’t another number to follow the 60. Five Dozen is another call used for the 60 balls, and this is because 1 dozen is 12 and if you multiply that by 5 you get 60.
Bingo Call Number 61
The number 61 bingo ball only has one commonly used nickname which is Bakers Bun. The only known reason that baker’s bun is used to call the number 61 bingo ball is that bakers bun rhymes with the number 61.
Bingo Call Number 62
Tickety-Boo, Turn the Screw.
The number 62 bingo ball is commonly called as Tickety-Boo. The only explanation that we could find for the nickname is that it rhymes with the number 62. The other nickname which is also used because it rhymes with the number 62 is turn on the screw. Again, this is the only explanation we could find for the nickname.
Bingo Call Number 63
The number 63 bingo ball is only really known by the nickname to tickle me. This has always been used in traditional bingo halls. The only reason tickles me is used to call the number 63 bingo ball is because it rhymes with the number 63.
Bingo Call Number 64
The Beatles Number, Red Raw.
The number 64 bingo ball is usually called The Beatles Number after the famous British pop band. The nickname comes from a song they sang which was entitled ‘When I’m 64′. As far as we know its other nickname which is Red Raw is used purely because it rhymes with the number 64.
Bingo Call Number 65
Old Age Pension, Retirement Age.
The number 65 bingo ball is usually called old-age pension. This is because when you reach the age of 65, you start to get an old-age pension from the government. Retirement age is used for a similar reason because people are expected to finish work at the age of 65.
Bingo Call Number 66
Clickety Click, All the Sixes.
The number 66 bingo ball is usually called Clickety click. This nickname was given to the number 66 bingo ball after the hit TV show that around in the 1900′s. The other nickname sometimes used for 66 is all the sixes. This one is pretty self-explanatory. 66 really is all the sixes.
Bingo Call Number 67
Made in Heaven, Argumentative Number.
The number 67 bingo bally is most commonly known as Made in Heaven. This is because the number 67 has various connections with heaven. It is also called the argumentative number, but at the moment we can’t find any explanation for this. If you know the answer, then please use the contact us section to let us know!
Bingo Call Number 68
The number 68 ball is only really ever referred to as Saving Grace. This nickname comes because of the famous novel and famous book ‘Saving Grace’. The novel was written by Celia Gittelson and the most famous version of the film aired in 1985.
Bingo Call Number 69
The Same Both Ways, Your Place or Mine? Any Way Up, Either Way Up, Any Way Round, Meal for Two, The French Connection, Yum-Yum.
The number 69 bingo ball is often calling The Same Both Ways this is because if you flip the number around, you will still get the number 69. For this reason, the number 69 bingo ball also gets called Any Way Up. Either Way Up and Any Way Round. Your Place or Mine is another nickname for the 69 balls because it rhymes with the number 69 itself. Meal for Two is also sometimes used for 69, and this is because the number 69 could look like 2 people at a table. Think bird’s eye view! Finally, The French Connection is used because the group names French Connection was formed in 1969 in Camden London.
Bingo Call Number 70
Three Score and Ten, Blind 70.
The number 70 bingo ball is called Three Score and Ten. This nickname is used because a score equals 20 therefore 3 score equals 60 and add 10 onto that number and you are left with 70. Blind 70 is used so that players in the game know that there is not another number to follow the 70.
Bingo Call Number 71
Bang on The Drum, Lucky One.
The number 71 bingo ball is usually called Bang on The Drum. The only real reason for this use as the call for the number 71 is because bang on the drum rhymes with the number 71. The other call that you will sometimes hear is Lucky One. This is used because 7 is considered a lucky number, so the 1 becomes fortunate because it is next to the 7
Bingo Call Number 72
Par for The Course, Six Dozen, A Crutch and A Duck, Lucky Two.
Then number 72 bingo ball is often called par for the course. This is because to shoot par on most golf courses would be to go around the entire course in just 72 shots. Six Dozen is used because 12 multiplied by 6 = 72. Luck Two is used because 7 is considered a lucky number and the 2 is next to the 7. A crutch and a duck are also used to call the number 72. This is because the number 7 on its own is known as a Crutch and the number 2 is known as one little duck.
Bingo Call Number 73
Queen Bee, Crutch with A Flea, Under the Tree, Lucky 3.
The number 73 bingo ball is often called Queen Bee. The only reason this is used is that it rhymes with the number 73. The same goes for Under the Three as well. Crutch with a flea is used because the 7 is a crutch shape and the 3 is shaped like a 3. Lucky 3 is used because any number next to a 7 is considered lucky.
Bingo Call Number 74
Candy Store, Grandma of Bingo, Lucky Four.
The number 74 bingo ball is usually called Candy Store. The only reason Candy Store is used to call the number 74 is because of the two rhyme. Grandma of Bingo is used as a nickname and is a reference to 74 as an age. Lucky four is used because any number next to a7 is considered lucky.
Bingo Call Number 75
Strive and Strive, Grandpa of Bingo.
The number 75 bingo ball is called by most bingo callers as Strive and Strive. The reason this is used is that it rhymes with the number 75. The other nickname sometimes used for the 75 balls is Grandpa of Bingo. This is a reference to age. Note 74 is called Grandma of Bingo.
Bingo Call Number 76
Trombones, Was She Worth It? Seven and Six.
The number 76 bingo ball is usually called Trombones. This is because the brass section music piece “76 Trombones” is performed frequently at processions or organized street events where marching is involved. Was she worth it is also used as a nickname for the number 76 ball, and this is because an old marriage license used to cost 7 shillings and 6 pence? Seven and six are pretty self-explanatory!
Bingo Call Number 77
Sunset Strip, All the Sevens, Two Little Crutches, The Double Hockey Stick.
The number 77 bingo ball is called Sunset Strip. This is named after the popular TV series 77 Sunset Strip which aired in America during the 1950′s and 1960′s. All the sevens is another nickname that is used for 77, which is pretty self-explanatory. Two Little Crutches is used because the number 7 looks a bit like a crutch and the Double Hockey Stick is used because the number 7 also looks like a hockey stick.
Bingo Call Number 78
Heaven’s Gate, Lucky 8.
The number 78 bingo ball is called Heaven’s Gate. The nickname Heaven’s Gate is actually quite interesting. The number 8 ball is called the garden gate, and the number 7 ball is called seventh heaven. As you can see, Heavens Gate is a result of these two nicknames. Lucky 8 is used because any number that sits next to 7 is considered lucky.
Bingo Call Number 79
One More Time, Lucky 9.
The number 79 bingo ball is called One More Time. There is only one reason that the 79 ball is given the nickname One More Time and that is because of one more time rhyme with the number 79. Lucky 9 is used as well because any number next to a 7 is considered lucky.
Bingo Call Number 80
Gandhi’s Breakfast, There You Go Matey, Blind 80, Eight and Blank.
The number 80 bingo ball is called Gandhi’s Breakfast. This is because if you were to look at Gandhi sitting down to eat cross-legged, it would look like the number 8. Also, the number eight sounds like ate, which gives it a link to food. Blind 80 is used so that players know there isn’t another number to follow the 80. Eight and blank are used because 0 is considered a blank. There you go matey is used because it rhymes.
Bingo Call Number 81
Stop and Run, Fat Lady and A Little Wee.
The number 81 bingo ball is called Stop and Run. The only reason for this is the fact that stop and run rhymes with the number 81. Fat Lady and A Little Wee is another nickname that is used to call the 81-bingo ball, and this is because the 8 looks like a fat lady and the 1 is small in comparison.
Bingo Call Number 82
Fat Lady with A Duck, Straight on Through.
The number 82 bingo ball is usually called Fat Lady with A Duck. This is because the number 8 looks like a fat lady, and the number 2 looks like a little duck. Straight on Through is another nickname for the 82 ball and is used simply because it rhymes with the number 82. Straight on Through …. its number 82.
Bingo Call Number 83
Ethel’s Ear, Fat Lady with A Flea, Time for Tea.
The number 83 bingo ball is usually called as Ethel’s Ear. The reason for this is that the number 8 can be seen as a fat lady – maybe named Ethel – and the number 3 looks like an ear. Fat Lady with A Flea is pretty much the same as Ethel’s Ear but with the 3 looking like a little flea. Time for Tea is only used because it rhymes with the number 83.
Bingo Call Number 84
The number 84 bingo ball is called Seven Dozen. This is the only name for the ball that we could find. The reason it is called Seven Dozen is quite simple. There are 12 in a dozen, and if you multiply 12 by 7 you are left with 84.
Bingo Call Number 85
The number 85 bingo ball is called Staying Alive. This is the only nickname we could find for 85, and the reason that it is used is that Staying Alive rhymes with the number 85. Staying Alive … its number 85.
Bingo Call Number 86
Between the Sticks.
The number 86 bingo ball is called Between the Sticks. The only reason we can find that the number 86 bingo ball has the nickname Between the Sticks is that it rhymes with the number 86. Apart from that though there doesn’t seem to be any other relevant reason, why that nickname was given, between the Sticks … its number 86!
Bingo Call Number 87
Torquay In Devon, Fat Lady with A Crutch.
The number 87 bingo ball is called Torquay In Devon. The reason for this is that obviously, Torquay is in Devon but also that Torquay In Devon rhymes with the number 87. The other nickname that is sometimes used for number 87 is a fat lady with a crutch. This nickname is used because the number 8 looks like a fat lady and the number 7 looks like a crutch.
Bingo Call Number 88
Two Fat Ladies, Wobbly-Wobbly, All the Eights.
The number 88 ball is most well known as Two Fat Ladies. This is probably the most famous bingo call of them all and is used because the number 8 looks like a fat lady. Wobbly-Wobbly is used and comes from the Two Fat Ladies nickname. All the Eights is the other nickname used for 88 and is pretty self-explanatory.
Bingo Call Number 89
Nearly There, One More to Go.
The number 89 bingo ball is often called as Nearly There. The reason for this is that there is only one more bingo ball after it, which is the number 90 ball. The other nickname One More to Go is pretty much used for the same reason in that there is only one more ball with a higher number on it.
Bingo Call Number 90
Top of The Shop, Blind 90, Top of The House, As Far as We Go, End of The Line.
The number 90 bingo ball has lots of nicknames, but one of the most common is top of the shop. The nickname is used because number 90 is the highest number bingo ball there is. The same reason has resulted in other nicknames as well. Such as the top of the house, as far as we go and end of the line. Blind 90 is used, so players know there isn’t another number to follow the 90.
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