Vuvuzuela ban

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  1. tinchy17

    tinchy17 Senior Member

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    I've read on the net that the vuvuzuelas have been banned from the opening Tri Nations match. How true is this?
     
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    It's true. All musical instruments are banned, including the vuvuzela, and rightly so
     
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    Thank God. I can't stand the bloody thing.
     
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    Cheers, my ears will be happy.
     
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    Today I had a debate with one of my Zulu co-workers about the vuvuzela being banned at rugby games. He believes the vuvuzela is a SA thing now and people should be able to "express joy" with them.
    Bah, these bloody things are creating factions now, again rugby being pointed at for not following tow, eventhough the whole banned instrument policy has been around. My argument to him was that there is a place and time for everything, he could blow his vuvu till he faints outside the stadium, but inside you watch the game.
     
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    So bagpipes are banned as well? That's nae right laddie!
     
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    he could blow his vuvu till he faints outside the stadium
    and inside, put it on his rectum.


    Is that a rich rhyme? :mellow:
     
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    There is a public outcry at the moment about how the vuvuzela played a major role in 'uniting the nation' and now rugby is trying to divide everyone now by banning them at rugby games. I swear some of the people here need to die. I hate the people of this country so so much.
     
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    Surely bringing a nation together would be people talking to the fella next to him / her, not their mouths blowing into a vuvuzela
     
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    Cheer up chaps. Just wait for the highlights to come out on YouTube and press the Vuvuzela button :)
     
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