After the big bingo demonstrations seen in the UK and USA it’s now the turn of Ping Pong players to complain. Reports are coming in that UK and USA bingo players are looting ping pong sports halls and taking all their ping pong balls. Although unconfirmed, some bingo players have also taken marker pens and colored spray paint for uses unknown.
Hisomwin Eysdown, 28, national ping pong coach is enraged. “It is silly for bingo players to steal our balls. As everyone knows the size of a certified ping pong ball is 27.7mm diameter whereas the legal size for a bingo ball is 25.3mm. They will simply get stuck in the blower pipe!” He did add though. “Look, I know A1B1 (Nobingo) syndrome is a problem at the moment and I feel for bingo players in America and Britain, but countries like France and Italy are dealing with the problem without bingo players resorting to stealing ping pong balls. Those countries have supplied hundreds of bingo bags containing plastic tiles with the numbers 1 to 90 printed on. This system works just as well without the need of a machine. Why isn’t our government doing something?”
As previously reported, online bingo operators, both in the UK and USA seem to be enjoying the situation. A spokesman for an online bingo website, who particularly asked not to be named, had this to say. “I really feel for bingo players who are unable to play local bingo and especially do not condone the stealing of ping pong balls but there is a solution. Play online bingo. It’s just the same as playing at your local bingo hall but better. Our particular website will give any online bingo player $10 to try out the games and when a deposit is made we will give them a 200% bonus. Even our prizes tend to be better. We have $10,000 and $25,000 coveralls playing every hour with a chance to win an incredible $100,000. Plus our chat rooms are friendly and our chat masters are always having fun games and bonus games for lucky players. Bingo games start from just 10c per bingo card, are easy and fun to play” Mr Ivor Winningcard, 35, of Winsconsin, USA had more to say but we had to stop him.
If you really want to play bingo please do not resort to stealing ping pong balls. Join internet online bingo now and remember both UK and American bingo players are very welcome.