Wait. Nope. Sh*t — I don’t have bingo. Stupid chicken! I pointed right to my spot!
Ducking into C-Boys on a Sunday afternoon for some live music and a few rounds of Chicken Shit Bingo was my favorite part of my trip to Austin.
The Red River Rangers were playing, and they were awesome! The place was packed. Some couples even got up and danced.
I settled for tapping my toes, drinking a couple beers, and trying to lure Chicken #2 over to my bingo spot since the first chicken let me down.
My ticket was number 54. It’s right there!!! Come on, Chicken!
They don’t obey. I didn’t win. This chicken crapped all over #31. Not even close. Still, it was such a silly, fun, easy way to enjoy a Sunday afternoon. I didn’t win any of the $114 jackpots, but I had fun “trying” (which involved nothing more than buying a ticket).
Have you ever had any luck playing Bingo — Chicken Sh*t or otherwise?
This is hilarious. I love how quirky Austin sounds! And I’ve definitely never heard of this game before, haha!
When I heard about it, I knew I had to see it for myself. I’m so glad I did. It was such a fun time!
Sounds like so much fun!!
I hope you didn’t get sh*t-facedll
Hahaha! I might have if I’d won more beer money. 😉
I learned something new today. I never heard of chicken shit bingo! Listening to live music and enjoying a few beers sounds like a good time.
It was so much fun! The band and the bar are great. The chicken shit bingo made it even better. Keep Austin weird!!
Oh my gosh! This is hilarious. I’ve never heard of such a thing, and your day sounds like so much fun.
I loved it! I’d be a regular at C-Boys if I lived in Austin.
We play buzzword bingo at works. Anytime somebody starts talking about empowerment or process improvement we break out our mental boards. I don’t think I have won per se but I didn’t punch that guy in the throat so that’s a start.
Lol. Glad you’re “winning” the battle!
When I was in college and had a part time job at an office, I used to go with one of the secretaries who was a bingo addict – I had a blast!
So you know! I’d be a regular there every Sunday if I lived in Austin.