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Yes, not only is children’s bingo really a thing, one New Hampshire lawmaker wants to open up the kiddie games to adults. Under Granite State law, hotels and campgrounds can hold bingo games for kids or for adults as long as the two don’t intertwine. Now, as the Associated Press reports, Rep. James Webb has introduced a bill that would allow grown-ups to play in bingo games meant for kids as long as they are supervising a child in the game and are not allowed to win prizes. Based on the behavior some parents exhibit at their kids’ games, methinks someone should ask the young ‘uns how they feel about all this.