. . . promoting capitalist acts between consenting adults.
As a guide to your Soccer World Cup pleasure and enjoyment, here are a few tips on using your uniquely versatile vuvuzela.
More vuvu humour here.
It's worse than the constant crap music they play at the stadia here in NZ, and that's saying something.
I have to say that constant din really does detract from the enjoyment. Its like listening to swarming bees for 90 minutes, one of my least favourite pastimes.
If you want the vuvuzela in all its monotonous glory but don't like football try Vuvuzela FM.
If I wanted to listen to a friggin' vacuum cleaner all day, there are jobs where one can do exactly that!Plus receive the minimum wage for doing so.
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