Just a couple of days ago we talked about Binglish, a cross between English and bingo lingo used in chat rooms across the world of internet bingo and today, logging into your Tombola Bingo account you will be able to use a Binglish translator. What a great touch from this internet bingo site; the Binglish translator at Tombola Bingo is a superb tool for all new players who aren’t quite hip with the lingo used in bingo chat rooms!
When you visit the Binglish translator at Tombola Bingo you can read the rules that are common to most bingo chat rooms and also enter the abbreviations used in bingo chat in order to understand the new bingo lingo.
Some, of course, will have slight variations on the Binglish translator at Tombola Bingo simply because like any internet bingo site, swearing is not allowed and like looking up swear words in a dictionary, we had to try some that could be a little near the mark.
PMSL – most take it as P**s myself laughing, the Binglish translator – Peeing myself laughing
ROFLPMSL – not found by the Binglish translator
WTF – not found by the Binglish translator
We were half expecting that PMSL would be translated to something like ‘piddling myself laughing’ and it will be interesting to see how the words available for translation expand in the lifetime of the Binglish translator at Tombola Bingo.
It’s a nice touch and one that will definitely come in handy for all the new bingo players that this impressive internet bingo site will attract with the new Tombola Bingo advert.