When an internet activity such as online bingo becomes a phenomenon, it is inevitable that a language develops which becomes the norm for those using these online bingo sites. On web chat forums, speaking about online bingo can be a fun and informative pastime but often for those who are new to these groups, understanding some of the jargon can be difficult. Learning the basics of online bingo speak can be the difference between bingo success and failure.
Some of the easier to learn slang terms are abbreviations such as 4AO (for adults only) and 1TG (one to go). Other short forms of words can also include MB for message board, HLTCR (have left the chat room) and CM (chat moderator). These types of abbreviations are very commonly used on most online bingo chat forums and can form the basis of most postings.
Other terminology used for online bingo are more traditional such as ‘two fat ladies’ for the number eleven and ‘Kelly’s Eye’ for number one; there are, however, more modern terms being used nowadays to better reflect the modernity of internet bingo. For instance, GTI TED is a term used for an electronic dabber tool and Game Room is where a player can choose from a range of sections on the website. With a huge selection of online bingo sites which offer, amongst other things, a range of free bingo games, here at GetFreeBets.co.uk we can help a web-based bingo player to access the games and online bingo forums that can help improve their game.