Duck and its mate.
Usually sung by the players.Fron Ned Kelly's helmet, the eye slot resembling the number.Downing street, Big fat hen, Cock and hen, Uncle Ben.(See half crown ) A to Z A reference to the fact that there are twenty-six letters in the alphabet 27 Duck and a crutch.Fat lady and a little wee, Stop and run.The one next door, On the floor, Shut the door.Dirty Gertie 1 Common rhyme derived from the given name Gertrude, used as a nickname for the statue La Delivrance installed in North London in 1927.Sweet sixteen, Never been kissed.Valiant comic strip "Kelly's Eye" where the eponymous Kelly possessed a magic amulet.Bang on the drum, Lucky one.
In some clubs, the 'bingo caller' will say the number, with the assembled players intoning the rhyme in a call and response manner, in others, the caller will say the rhyme and the players chant the number.Clean the floor.Unlucky for some, Bakers dozen.From the resemblance of bijouterie geant casino exincourt the number 2 to a duck ; see '22 me and you, romantic rhyme.22 Two little ducks The numeral 22 resembles the profile of two ducks.29 Rise and Shine Rhymes with Twenty) Nine" 30 Burlington Bertie Reference to a music hall song of the same name composed in 1900, and a more famous parody ( Burlington Bertie from Bow ) written in 1915 specifically the line: "I'm Burlington Bertie.