Tells us to“look up”(differentiatefrom “look”)Says“look”Repeats aquestiondespite rightanswerSays “I’mnot anartist” or theequivalentLooksover hisglassesMakes directeye contactwith you forfive minutesstraightHewrongfullydeductspointsSays“statistical”Askssomeonein back forhelpHeleavesthe roomHe usesthe word“alot” whengradingGives 10minute off-topic responseto quickquestionWe takewhiteboardnotes3 Minutes ofawkwardsilence theneyebrowraiseMentionssignificantfiguresExplains thewrong topicfor theassignmentPlaysmusicwhile we“work”Mr.Cornettois in thebackSays he’sgrading onhow mucheffort you putinWe havea rant inthe groupchatHe grades anassignmentusing a checksystemSmilesweirdly afterno oneanswersMakes a weirdgrunting/sexualnoisePronounces“tomorrow”“tomarrow”Says he’sgrading onhow muchtime you putinMentions Mr.Walkowich/Wereceive one ofhisworksheetsReferencessomethingwe learnedin physicsHe has two ormore grammarmistakes in thesame sentenceMrs.Murphy isin thebackMakes a jokeabout havinghim for twoperiods/”seeyou later”We haveno one inthe backAsks aboutwhat we’redoing inphysicsTalks aboutthe sameconcept forthe majorityof the periodSays “thingslike that”(with hishandmotions)Says“watch”Mentionssomethingabout“showingmore effort”Mrs.Andersonis in thebackSayssomethingscientificallyincorrectSays“hello”Someoneasks aquestion in afrustrated,assertive toneTells us to“look up”(differentiatefrom “look”)Says“look”Repeats aquestiondespite rightanswerSays “I’mnot anartist” or theequivalentLooksover hisglassesMakes directeye contactwith you forfive minutesstraightHewrongfullydeductspointsSays“statistical”Askssomeonein back forhelpHeleavesthe roomHe usesthe word“alot” whengradingGives 10minute off-topic responseto quickquestionWe takewhiteboardnotes3 Minutes ofawkwardsilence theneyebrowraiseMentionssignificantfiguresExplains thewrong topicfor theassignmentPlaysmusicwhile we“work”Mr.Cornettois in thebackSays he’sgrading onhow mucheffort you putinWe havea rant inthe groupchatHe grades anassignmentusing a checksystemSmilesweirdly afterno oneanswersMakes a weirdgrunting/sexualnoisePronounces“tomorrow”“tomarrow”Says he’sgrading onhow muchtime you putinMentions Mr.Walkowich/Wereceive one ofhisworksheetsReferencessomethingwe learnedin physicsHe has two ormore grammarmistakes in thesame sentenceMrs.Murphy isin thebackMakes a jokeabout havinghim for twoperiods/”seeyou later”We haveno one inthe backAsks aboutwhat we’redoing inphysicsTalks aboutthe sameconcept forthe majorityof the periodSays “thingslike that”(with hishandmotions)Says“watch”Mentionssomethingabout“showingmore effort”Mrs.Andersonis in thebackSayssomethingscientificallyincorrectSays“hello”Someoneasks aquestion in afrustrated,assertive tone

PetherBingo - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. Tells us to “look up” (differentiate from “look”)
  2. Says “look”
  3. Repeats a question despite right answer
  4. Says “I’m not an artist” or the equivalent
  5. Looks over his glasses
  6. Makes direct eye contact with you for five minutes straight
  7. He wrongfully deducts points
  8. Says “statistical”
  9. Asks someone in back for help
  10. He leaves the room
  11. He uses the word “alot” when grading
  12. Gives 10 minute off-topic response to quick question
  13. We take whiteboard notes
  14. 3 Minutes of awkward silence then eyebrow raise
  15. Mentions significant figures
  16. Explains the wrong topic for the assignment
  17. Plays music while we “work”
  18. Mr. Cornetto is in the back
  19. Says he’s grading on how much effort you put in
  20. We have a rant in the group chat
  21. He grades an assignment using a check system
  22. Smiles weirdly after no one answers
  23. Makes a weird grunting/sexual noise
  24. Pronounces “tomorrow” “tomarrow”
  25. Says he’s grading on how much time you put in
  26. Mentions Mr. Walkowich/We receive one of his worksheets
  27. References something we learned in physics
  28. He has two or more grammar mistakes in the same sentence
  29. Mrs. Murphy is in the back
  30. Makes a joke about having him for two periods/”see you later”
  31. We have no one in the back
  32. Asks about what we’re doing in physics
  33. Talks about the same concept for the majority of the period
  34. Says “things like that” (with his hand motions)
  35. Says “watch”
  36. Mentions something about “showing more effort”
  37. Mrs. Anderson is in the back
  38. Says something scientifically incorrect
  39. Says “hello”
  40. Someone asks a question in a frustrated, assertive tone