A Good Game

bingo  (or “zingo” in our house) as an interjection or sentence substitute

1. used to acknowledge someone’s sudden understanding or correct response: Bingo! That’s just what I meant!
2. an expression of surprise at a sudden occurrence or the successful completion of something: and bingo! the lights came on

 

 

 

Hope cheated

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Rhema gave her card a sideways glance and had the thing memorized 

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Rhema hoarded the duck pieces

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Hope cheated

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Rhema matched pieces on Hope’s card more than she did her own

(It took so long for her to get the concept, but now she’s got it).

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Hope yelled, “My turn!”

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Rhema repeated, “i tur!”

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Game pieces got thrown under the table

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Rhema dumped all of the pieces off her card and decided to flap it instead 

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But. they. played. 

 

Together!!!

 

 

 

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