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5 Lessons I learned from playing online bingo

I am not a pro player but I have got a good deal of guiding newbies to playing bingo. Bingo has been steadily growing as a favourite game amongst many youngsters apart from our old folks. There are fun facts about this fun game where you could play with an ease of a 10 year old kid. This simple game was introduced first by Italians in the early 1500’s and was known as Giuoco del Lotto d’Italia. This game has evolved on various platforms, with its roots in the early days of church games to now more prominent usage as mobile games. Online bingo has become a favourite hobby for many, because of its simplicity and obviously the technology advancement in these games.

So here are the lessons I learned from playing online bingo.

Bingo site reviews – these are to help you out if you are in confusion about any site and try out no deposit bingo. Most of these will help you in understanding the way the site deals their players with. Give it a try and you will surely like it. Always make your first deposit because the first deposits are given better bonus specials to enjoy.

  • Ticket prices – there are free bingo rooms that you could play with and you could then try rooms where tickets cost as mere as 1p. Later on you can buy tickets of higher costs. Remember one thing there are tickets which costs higher are usually the ones with a bigger jackpot. Try to buy more tickets as possible to increase your chances to win.
  • Mailers – never opt out from the emails or any post mails because you usually get the best deals through them. There are always special bonus offers and may be free cash to win without just depositing! That’s an amazing deal that you can hardly miss.
  • Promotions – every site has a specific promotion running through the month and these are the best times that you could actually gun for big prizes. So next time, you check out any promotion, make sure that you don’t miss them out at all.
  • Prizes – if you see any special prizes that are being served hot, then you should make a run for it! Never let that pass by you as you could be the next one to win those grand prize. Wherever you feel that you have chance to win then you should win it! Don’t postpone it thinking that the same prize will be there next month. Always try to give your best shots.

Hope these 5 reasons are best enough to get you started on any bingo site you wish to enjoy, my favourite is GameVillage Bingo because of its wonderful first deposit bonus and spin the wheel offer that won me special prizes.

Lemon Cake for Dessert

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lemon cake (free clip art)

Most of the time when I order dessert I get something made with chocolate. But we went to this really nice restaurant downtown and the four of us decided to do something different about dessert. My boyfriend knows the restaurant manager, so we called him over and asked if they would do something special for our table. Of course, he said yes! What my boyfriend asked was for them to take four desserts and cut each one into four or more pieces and bring them all out to our table on one big platter. Isn’t that a cool idea? Like a dessert buffet at our own table.

So when they brought the dessert platter, there was four slices of lemon cake, four slices of “Death by Chocolate,” four slices of New York cheesecake, and four slices of warm apple pie. OMG! It was impossible to pick from so many great desserts! That is why this platter was such a great idea. Each of us got to sample four different desserts instead of having to choose just one.

So I got one slice of each one, and although I would probably not have ordered the lemon cake from the menu, it turned out to be my favorite dessert last night. It was so moist and had a luscious lemon filling with raspberries on top. I swear it was heavenly and I will definitely order the lemon cake next time for my dessert. I can’t wait to go back there!

Safeway cashiers and baggers need better training

Late last night on my way home from a meeting, I stopped at the local Safeway store to pick up a bag of Halloween candy. There were displays of Halloween candy right by the front door, and I grabbed a bag of assorted Reese’s candies, putting

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Safeway logo (free clip art)

them in my shopping basket. While there I decided to look for a package of chicken thighs that were not boneless and skinless. I had a recipe in mind that called for chicken thighs with the bones and skins, and for some reason the other grocery stores in the area didn’t seem to have any the past few weeks.

Well, I was in luck, Safeway had the chicken thighs! I looked around for a plastic bag dispenser, or a paper towel dispenser to use to pick up the chicken thighs. My experience with raw chicken in grocery stores has been that they leak chicken “juice” and I did not want to get any on my hands. Well, there were no plastic bags or paper towels in sight, which was very aggravating! With thoughts of salmonella racing through my mind, I gingerly picked up the package of chicken thighs and placed them in my shopping basket, as far from the candy as I could get it.

When the cashier rang up the sale, he first rang up the candy, and put it in a plastic bag. Then he rang up the chicken thighs and put them in the exact same plastic bag, right on top of the candy! I immediately informed him that he should NOT put raw chicken products in the same bag as Halloween candy! He started to argue with me! I explained that chicken often leaks and I do not want chicken “juice” all over my candy! So he removed the chicken from the bag and put it in a separate bag. I thanked him, paid, and left.

But now I am thinking I should have insisted on a different bag of candy! I don’t even want to touch that bag I brought home!

This is a guest post by Linda Bradshaw, a professional writer who enjoys writing about her personal experiences and Ruritan Club interests.

Buy Now Pay Later

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Buy now (free clip art)

Credit cards seem to be a blessing and a curse to my family. On the one hand, having a credit card is a great convenience. Having one allows you to “buy now and pay later.” That is great to have when you absolutely need to have something in order to survive and you don’t have the cash on you but you know that by the time the credit card bill comes in you will have enough money to pay it off in full. But if you are using the credit card for purchases that you simply “want” and you know that when the credit card bill comes in you will not have enough money to pay it off, then you are setting yourself up for problems down the road.

One of the biggest issues that I have with credit cards is that having a credit card reinforces “instant gratification” and makes it harder to learn and practice “delayed gratification.” We all need to learn, and practice “delayed gratification.” It is part of being a responsible adult. Sooner or later, most of us need to become responsible adults if we are to survive as a species. So my advice to most of my friends and family is to try to avoid that instant gratification trap of “buy now and pay later.” If you don’t have the money to “buy now and pay now” then think three or four times about whether or not you actually need the item so bad that it is worth gambling your credit rating over getting it. Chances are you can wait a few weeks, save your money, then pay for the item in cash. If you are shopping online, then use PayPal if you can. Only use your credit card when you absolutely have to! This may save you a lot of grief in the long run.

Have you Seen My Ghost Pumpkins?

photo of a pile of white ghost pumpkins

Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays! Who doesn’t like getting dressed up in scary costumes and walking the streets of your neighborhood collecting candy from strangers? I love getting dressed up and start working on my costume in September – I want every detail to be just perfect.

My house is decorated with orange lights and several pumpkins. This year I decided to buy the white pumpkins and make them look like ghosts.

This photo is not of my ghost pumpkins, but I used this photo as a model to carve my own. I have to find the camera cord to download the photo of my own – I can’t find that stupid cord anywhere and the photos are trapped inside my camera!