Tuesday, August 26, 2008

A Game for the Ages!


If you are a regular reader of this blog, you might remember this post I did a while back about shopping at Wal-Mart after 10 p.m. Well, if I would have had this Bingo board that night, it would have made my trip a lot more exciting. Just think; you, your husband, and another couple could make a game night out of going to Wal-Mart. Get some popcorn chicken from the deli, a coke out of the soda fridge, and spend the next 30 minutes trying to get a bingo. Heck, you could even do it on a Monday for family night!

I can’t take credit for the creation of this, but major kudos to the person who did. Be sure to open this image in another window and save it so you can print off your own. You (and whoever else wants to join) could be playing Wal-Mart bingo tonight!!

(2 days, 2 posts…I told you I had some good material coming up!)

12 comments:

Kelly said...

First. Win. Epic Win.

Mike Brinkerhoff said...

Absolutely Brilliant!

Even as rarely as I go to WalMart, just from my last two (quick) visits, pulling from memories that would love to be repressed, I almost got a bingo...

Indeed, Epic Win.

The Yancey Family said...

Haha..that hilarious! We are going to have to do that for family home evening next week!

Lisa said...

That is HILARIOUS!! We are so taking that with us the next time we go to Walmart!

Heather said...

Seriously, this is spot on!

The Captain said...

I can already hear Randy Curtis saying it...."BLACKOUT"!!!!

SuzanSayz said...

Yes, yes Donald very funny. It bothered me though that they couldn't have filled in the board without the phsyical disabilities. Someone missing a limb could very well have been a veteran. And the eyepatch and oxygen tank are not really fair either. There were so many others they could have used like "several children of a certain ethnic group left in the toy department to search and destroy" or "white trash woman wearing tweety bird T-shirt" and especially "large number of same ethnic group piling out of small compact car" With those subtractions and then additions I agree it would be most amusing.

Lori and Gabe said...

That is hilarious. I think that one notable omission is "mom yelling at her child." Seems like I always notice interesting parenting techniques when I'm there...

tania said...

This is hilarious. Bret and I both laughed out loud. Loved it.

Adam said...

I remember up in Kennewick there was this one woman that wasn't all there that would go to Wal-Mart with her 16ish year old son that also wasn't all there. They'd talk really loud, almost to the point of yelling (unless they were yelling at each other, which they'd also do), and the whole time, they would pretty much bag on how the other was so dumb, throwing in a cuss word here or there. The mom also used the scooter, although, she didn't appear to need it. My wife and I always got a good laugh when we saw them there.

Up with Wal-Mart & all Arkansas business!

libbie said...

Oh Wow! This is funny. Why just yesterday when I was at walmart I was wondering why all the obese people ride around in scooters. Oh, and then I remembered it was because they are lazy,and that is why they are obese in the first place!

Brooke said...

If I actually went to Wal-Mart, this would be an awesome game to bring along... maybe a good idea for our next "date night"! Rick would love it!