The Language Of Bingo

Playing bingo online allows players to chat with other players they became friends with. Players only have a short time to communicate with their friends, so they developed a bingo short-hand chat, and this is referred to as "bingo lingo". "Lingo" will surely save time when communicating, by typing short messages - speed is essential in a quick game.

Making a lot of friends while playing bingo online is comparatively easy, so make the most out of it, and have as many friends as you can. Your new friends can give you advice and interesting information.

Below is a list of "bingo lingo". Read and know these so you can use them when you are chatting while playing bingo on the 'net.

A AFK - away from keyboard AFAIK - as far as I know AKA - also known as AFK2W - away from keyboard to wee ASAP - as soon as possible AKA - also known as

B BBIAM - be back in a minute BBS - be back soon BBL - be back later BF - Boyfriend BDT - bout darn time BLNT - better luck next time BTW - by the way BRB - be right back

C CYAL8R - see ya later CYA - see ya

E EMSG - email message ES - enough said

F FAQ - frequently asked questions FYI - for your information FWIW - for what it's worth

G GG - good going or good game GL - good luck GF - girlfriend GLA - good luck all GM - good morning GLE - good luck everyone GTSY - glad to see you GN - good night

H HB - hurry back H&K - hug and kiss HHIS - hanging head in shame

I IYKWIM - if you know what I mean IC - I see IMO - in my opinion IGP - I gotta pee IRL - in real life

J JMO - just my opinion JK - just kidding JTLYK - just to let you know

K KOTC - kiss on the cheek KIT - keep in touch KOTL - kiss on the lips

L L8R - later LMAO - laughing my arse off LOFTING - talking in my private chat LOL - laughing out loud LUWAMH - love you with all my heart LTNS - long time no see LY - Love you

N NP - no problem NETUA - nobody ever tells us anything

O OMG - oh my goodness OIC - oh, I see OTOH - on the other hand

P PM - private message PITA - pain in the arse PPL - people POOF - I have left the chat

Q QT - cutie

R ROTFL - rolling on the floor laughing RTSM - read the stupid manual RTF - read the FAQ

S SO - significant other SAC - sorry all close SPAM - stupid person's advertisement SOHF - sense of humor failure SRY - sorry SWL - screaming with laughter SWALK - sealed with a loving kiss SYS - see you soon

T TOY - thinking of you TC - take care TPTB - the powers that be TTYL - talk to you later TTFN - ta-ta for now TY - thank you TX - thanks TYVM - thank you very much

V VEG - very evil grin

W WTG - way to go WB - welcome back WYSIWYG - what you see is what you get WTH - what the heck (or "who the heck")

Y YSR - yeah…sure…right YMMV - your mileage may vary YBS - you'll be sorry YVW - you're very welcome YW - you're welcome

Using this initalized language will speed up communication on internet bingo chat sites you may find yourself playing on, so it's not a bad idea to familiarize yourself with this "lingo".


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