Bingo Call: 10/31/19 – Genre: Suspense

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    1. Lol. Sorry for the confusion. I’d just noticed I hadn’t reblogged this one final bingo call of last year’s game, so I went fishing for it and copied it over. I’m using my reblogs of last year’s calls as my “in-blog” quick reference for the individual squares … since Christine said she was only going to replace 6 of them, that obviously means the other 55, i.e. the vast majority are going to stay in the game. And this way I won’t have to consult the various folders where I’ve stored the bingo square images so far but can call up one of my reblogged posts for quick and easy access to the image and the definition.

        1. Got to put all those re-reblogged mementos of years past to *some* sort of profitable use … 🙂 They’ve got to earn their keep in order to justify not being deleted!

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