Take A Bite At Luis Suarez Bingo
Now that England are out of The World Cup you'd have thought that the back pages would be full of post-mortem analysis of the team's failure. However, thanks to Luis Suaraz that's not the case. The Liverpool and Uruguay striker is at the centre of another biting storm and FIFA are investigating the alleged incident. What can this possibly have to do with bingo?
Well just to demonstrate that bingo can be shoehorned into pretty much anything - and that bingo sites can write about anything - here's some bingo related Twitter reactions to Luis Suaraz... yes, seriously!!
Leading the way is Richard Hughes who has noted that people are crow-barring Suarez into any topic whatsoever. To this extent he's playing Suarez bingo - which is great for us as his tweet has become a self fulfilling prophecy! Thanks Richard!
Alec G is playing a different kind of game. He's looking out for comments about the biting footballer and what would happen if his antics weren't on the football field and done by the man in the street.
I'm playing Suarez bite row Bingo.. I need one more " If the average man on the street had done that they'd be locked up " for full house Alec G (@thadious72) June 25, 2014
Ste focuses on the Luis's controversial career to date. If the alleged biting incident turns out to be true then Ste is one more event away from Suarez bingo. Let's just hope Ste doesn't win his particular game though.
1 racist outburst and 3 bites... I'm a leg breaking tackle away from winning Suarez bingo Ste (@Bricki) June 24, 2014
So far Suarez has only said that these things happen on the football pitch with regard to the incident. But what other excuses has he got lined up? James Corbett believes the excuses for his actions may well be another basis for a version of Suarez Bingo!
Can we play Suarez excuse bingo now? It's a West Uruguayan symbol of friendship. His shoulder got in the way. He was hungry. etc. James Corbett (@james_corbett) June 24, 2014
The most popular relationship between "bingo" and Suarez however comes in a different form. Most tweets seem to suggest that Luis Suarez would be a popular name for a dog.
Finally - and our favourite tweet - is from Brooke McMaster who's playing a version of World Cup Bingo.
*ticks Suarez biting someone off the World Cup bingo card* *drinks* Brooke McMaster (@Brooke_McMaster) June 24, 2014
So there you go readers, it is possible to attach a biting footballer's antics to our favourite game. All we'll say is that it's a shame Mario Balotelli is out of the tournament!
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