Wednesday, June 23, 2010

For LOTR fans who hate the vuvuzela

11 comments:

William Dicks said...

I think this spoof is brilliant. I think that anyone who hates the vuvuzela never had the opportunity to be personally part of soccer celebrations where he could actually blow the vuvu himself.

The thing about the vuvu is that you should not sit outside the celebrations complaining about the noise. You should join in with the celebrations.

I was at one of the fanparks last night watching our own team beat France 2-1. It was like we were in the stadium with the spectators. We blew those vuvus to our hearts' content. So much, that I ended with vuvu-mouth. Slightly swollen lips.

Today I will be at the game between the U.S.A. and Algeria at 16:00 local time. I will be blowing my vuvuzela for the U.S. team of course.

Magister Stevenson said...

Eclectic only begins to describe this blog.

David said...

Let me get this straight . . .

Biblical Christianity is a blog which links to videos, many of which have lots of fire in them.

Pyromaniacs is a blog which proclaims biblical Christianity.

Just so I have it straight.

David said...

Oh, and by the way . . .

If you wanted to see what it's like to read your blog at the World Cup:


http://www.vuvuzela-time.co.uk/bibchr.blogspot.com

Seth said...

This is sick... VERY sick...

Gregg said...

One more and even greater reason to dislike soccer. Why is it coming to Portland?

SandMan said...

It basically sounds like an amplified kazoo... and who didn't like those as a kid? I agree with William D.'s comment... noise is only annoying if your not making it. Get one and join the fun.

And Gregg's comment about soccer is just needlessly hurtful. ;0

Sir Aaron said...

You have to have something to entertain yourself with when you watch soccer. Otherwise, you'd have a stadium full of people getting the best sleep of their lives.

Personally, I think it would be more fun if the lawn mowers made 3d illusions in the grass.

Kay said...

Comedy gold.

And ain't no one blowing a flaming vuvuzela in my house.

Susan said...

All the vuvuzelas' sounding off together reminds one of swarming bees....

Barbara said...

My daughter and I were in a furniture store the other day where as we talked I heard this incessant "buzzing" sound going on in the background until finally I just stopped and asked her, "What IS that incessant noise, anyway?"

Her: "Oh, that's the World Cup" (it was coming from the TV section).

Me: (memories of LOTR Vuvuzelas flooding in because I don't subscribe to television and therefore have no clue about these things unless I read about them here at Dan's place) OH! Oh, please!

Her: Yeah, it's been going on...

Me: Yeah, yeah, I know, I just - what IS it about this game anyway? It's never been a thing in this country, and now all of a sudden it's a thing now. Why?

Her: Yes it has, in California-

Me: Well maybe, but California doesn't count. Whycome alluvasudden it's a thing now?

Which I still wanna know.

Happy 4th! :))