CFN – She firmly grabbed the round shaft at it’s thickest point. It warmed to her touch as it tightened and stained the sheets below as she squeezed.
Balls wafted in the air bouncing as she waited with baited breath.
Stroke by stroke, again and again until with a primal shriek she shouted, “BINGO!” and then went out for a cigarette.
Is she watching Xhamster? Nope, she’s playing bingo and the question is whether Bingo is a substitute for millions of women across North America?
The days of smokey bingo halls have ended here in Canada and that means a change in culture. Bingo crowds tend to be older and of course heavily attended by women. There are some mother daughter bonding evenings; a few hubbies showing up; but for most it’s an escape from kids or grand kids, and many times spouses!
Many of the people I spoke with before writing this piece laughed heartily at the thought that Bingo was a substitute for sex.
That Bingo daubers are phallus symbols or that shouting Bingo had an orgasmic feeling made them laugh.
But then I heard a lot of interesting comments.
Bingo even had gone digital with some halls having machines that seem to play the game for the player.
Big screens litter the halls so people can read the numbers from any angle.
Elephants, troll dolls, the rituals are endless. You can’t say “Good Luck” without risk of a scowl and kick in the shin. Where they sit, which numbers are on the corners of the cards they purchase. It goes on and on.
Some men I spoke to said it also was a welcome change and gave them a night off to go and have fun with the
ball and chain beloved wife out of the house.
Will Bingo evolve and change? Will it adapt to 2015 and will it be around in 2030, and if not what will middle aged to older women do to escape?
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