This is only made more hilarious by the fact that I am now using vuvuzela as a euphemism for Lady Parts.
That's a curious decision, Sweets, considering the cheap plastic construction, the constant blowing, the high irritation level, and the fact that you'll never hear about them again once the World Cup is over.
Ummm, there has been talk of them being imported for the London 2012 Olympics. Sincerely hope not...I wouldn't consider getting my laughing tackle round one in any case. Bagpipes, now, would be a different matter.
Rattling, that is the most disturbing notion I've heard all day. But given their choices of logos and mascots, we can only expect the worst. I'll take bagpipes any day.Well ... not every day. Doesn't anybody hum any more?
Finally, something more annoying than Abbott and Costello.
I would DEFINITELY take a vuvuzela over bagpipes any AND every day. (The euphemistic or the literal)
F'loon, I'm not so sure that even the vuvuzela has reached that level. Bud & Lou were pretty damned annoying.Sugar, you prefer one droning, way-too-loud screech over a musically diverse range of droning, way-too-loud screeches? You are perverse. But taking your odd euphemism a little farther, the bagpipes have got to be considered the male counterpart of a vuvuzayzay.
as a Scot, it's the pipes for me every time http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3n9hbYwZZqk
Duncanr, those guys rock! Do they need a fiddler?
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