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Say No To Vuvuzelas!

Along with the referees, the new ball and the underwhelming standard of play, this contemptible contraption has conspired to mar the current FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

Worryingly, stores here in Australia are unable to keep up with demand. For sports fans, this cannot be good news. The 2010 World Cup will always be remembered for these monotonous, obnoxious horns and God forbid they be allowed to permeate the Aussie sporting culture!

My advice is say ‘No’ and particularly if you cannot confirm their origin. For instance, I would highly recommend against importing vuvuzelas from Papua New Guinea, where they are more commonly referred to as a koteka or phallocrypt.

 

vuvuzelas at the world cup

Modern use of the infernal vuvuzela

 

 

 

 

Koteka

More traditional use of the vuvuzela

 

 

 

 

how to play the vuvuzela

Vuvuzela blowing technique demonstration

 

 

 

 

girl with 2 vuvuzelas

This lucky gal has two vuvuzelas to blow

 

 

 

 

An alternative use for the vuvuzela

 

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