diddle for middle

diddle for middle

slang Whoever throws a dart closest to the bull's-eye (the exact center of the dart board) gets to go first in a game of darts. A less common variant of "middle for diddle." Primarily heard in UK. A: "Who's up for some darts, lads?" B: "Cor, I thought you'd never ask. Right, diddle for middle!"
See also: diddle, middle
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