(Canadian Slang, Noun) Game played in colleges and universities, where players create a grid of fellow students names with three names across and three name down. Objective is to strategically choose the keenest (adjective, Keener) students who are first to answer questions during class or lecture. Once a student answers a question his or her name is crossed out until a player achieves a row, diagonal and /or full card depending on house rules. When player achieves objective, they need to immediately call out 'Bingo' in order to claim their win.
I was throw out of my philosophy lecture after winning at Keener Bingo today. The professor threated that it if happends again he will send me to the dean.
af dshea 16. august 2009