Friday, June 11, 2010

Soccer In A Beehive


If you were wondering, "what in the hell is that noise, noise, NOISE!" while watching the World Cup this month, I have your answer.

The vuvuzela.

Ah yes, the melodious, joyful, er PLASTIC, horn given out to spectators.


Buy some for your kids! Annoy your co-workers! Get some vuvuzela lessons for Father's Day!

BRRRRRRrrrrrrrrbbbblllllrrrrrrr!

After 2 matches at the world cup, we have 2 goals, and two ties.

Feel the magic.

6 comments:

  1. Apparently it wasn't enough...

    http://g.sports.yahoo.com/soccer/world-cup/news/goalkeeper-south-african-fans-didnt-show-up--fbintl_ro-khune061110.html

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  2. Wow, France 0, Uruguay 0. Dang, sorry I missed that one!

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  3. 在你一無所有的時候 是誰在陪伴你 他便是你最重要的人 ............................................................

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  4. Our office has 2 55" plasma monitors in our team work areas which are typically tuned to CNN, but get used for big sporting events like March Madness and World Cup. Normally I can tune out the games and work, but that buzzing din drove me crazy yesterday. Is there any way for ESPN/ABC to filter this - maybe with a giant pair of Bose noise canceling headphones?

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  5. As if the game itself weren't enough to chase youi away, they add those gawd-awful horns to the mix!

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