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What Do The People Think Of Vuvuzela

Ever since the World Cup started every one started talking about the Vuvuzelas which were plastic blowing horns which made a very loud noise. BBC and ITV managed to turn them down during the match’s but Ireland’s national channel RTÉ had them and it was difficult to hear what the people were saying. I hear they were selling Vuvuzelas like mad in South Africa to plenty of people from numbers of different countries. Will that mean they will be used in league games next season in the likes of the Premiership etc. I hope not because it will drive people up the wall! I don’t see them being used in the premiership because people that pay for season tickets wont want to be listing to someone blowing a horn for the season.

Even the likes of Youtube are after putting a Vuvuzela button on every video so you can play it while watching if you wish. Someone tell me whats the point in that? If you want to watch a video on a site you will be wanting to hear the sound I think and now a horn in the backround. Also it has been one of the most talked about topics on Twitter in the past two weeks, so if you mention the word Vuvuzela other people that tweeted it will see your name so you have a great chance of getting more followers. Maybe try it and see if it works!

They are used in every football match which is held in South Africa so maybe it is a nice touch seeing the World Cup is being help there but I hope it isn’t taking over board by being brought around Europe and played in the likes on the Champions League.

I think this has been one of the most asked questions this month but we want to hear what you think about the Vuvuzelas?

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11 responses to “What Do The People Think Of Vuvuzela”

  1. Mikey Boland says:

    they are horrible , get them out of football

  2. Alan Vasey says:

    They are annoying and pain to my ears. I believe they influence the pace of the game hence why s0me games are really at slow pace. Cheaky Africans, they say they need 2 quid a month for food and then they go and spend it on fucking horns 🙂

  3. I actually wanna get one to annoy people, especially rival fans of my club team. I think it will be nice to annoy the shit out of them but other than that i don’t want to hear them while watching the World Cup.
    At first i just ignored the noise while watching the games but i have gotten fed up and would rather hear the fans singing.
    Youtube is just taking advantage of the situation and trying to capitalize on it which is shameful.

  4. StrettyNews says:

    Youtube took it to far and whats it for? Could they not be doing something better like banning trolls etc. Would you like to sit beside a guy blowing one into your ear?

  5. didine says:

    i think the vuvuzela is embiance of the 2010 World Cup and especially in south africa and it is a culture for the poeple of south africa

  6. Rickey says:

    I think they are so annoying, But can Rte UTV what ever channel yas look at the world cup on , could they not just mute the fans or something i no it would sound abit boring but it would be better then listen to them the whole game

  7. Yea youtube took it too far and they should focus on the trolls, i won’t wanna be sitting next to someone blowing one in my ear. I get mad easily and i’m sure would knock whoever out even though i wanna get one to annoy people

  8. StrettyNews says:

    Ha ha Rickey I added that into the post
    “BBC and ITV managed to turn them down during the match’s but Ireland’s national channel RTÉ had them and it was difficult to hear what the people were saying”.

  9. Robbie says:

    Very Annoying.Prem better not bring them in! how cud u watcha a game when ur blowing?

  10. StrettyNews says:

    I am after finding a way of going into your tv settings and turning it off. So if you guys want I could start a news letter and show you all how.
    The Premiership said that they will not ban them but I don’t think the fans will use them because some people wont want to be listing to them for 40 minutes

  11. Siena Denton says:

    During the Confederations Cup held in South Africa, I could’nt hear the commentators properly..not that I wanted to, but I could’nt even concentrate on the game that was playing because that Vuvuzela drowned out everything.

    Maybe I just have sensitive ears…NOT!..that damn thing is nothing but a “Buzzing Bee Spit Machine”…who the hell wants Blobs of SPIT! in the back of your hair from some knob head at the rear of you!!…certainly not ME!

    Wonder what Brazil will have?….Cheers.