How to Be An Effective Parent Using Only the Word “Bingo”


How To Be An Effective Parent Using Only The Word “Bingo”

Kid:

“I want a new skateboard!”

Parent:

“Bingo!”

Kid:

“So can I have $80?”

Parent:

“Bingo!”

Kid:

“Do you want me to clean my room first or something?”

Parent:

“Bingo!”

Kid:

“OK, I cleaned my room. Can I have the money now?”

Parent:

“Bingo!”

Kid:

“OK,you want me to get your purse?”

Parent:

“Bingo!”

Kid:

“So where’s the money? Don’t you have $80?”

Parent:

“Bingo!”

Kid:

“Well, you should have said so in the first place because I wouldn’t have cleaned my room if I would have known you didn’t have any money.”

Parent:

“Bingo!”

2 thoughts on “How to Be An Effective Parent Using Only the Word “Bingo”

  1. You could replace the word “bingo” with words such as “No can do or Gotcha. But Bingo really solves all parenting problems best! Just don’t name your dog Bingo or it’ll really get confusing.

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