10 Spirited Vuvuzela Pictures (With No Annoying Buzzing Sound)

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The vuvuzela has been introduced as a common noise heard during the 2010 World Cup. In my opinion it’s a cheap plastic horn that takes away the usual soccer stadium atmosphere. It has no variable pitch and sounds like a bunch of bees buzzing. If you’ve watched one of the games, the vuvuzela is about all you hear during the match. I really hope it goes away after this World Cup, but I suppose there are those who absolutely love making one of the most annoying sounds in the world so I’m sure we’ll see it around in the future.

Personal thoughts aside, here are 10 vuvuzela pictures that show the spirit of the game of football without that annoying buzzing sound.

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Mini Supporter by Coca Cola South Africa

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Rainbow blowers by Coca Cola South Africa

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vuvuzela and makaraba by Axel Bührmann

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Soccer World Cup 2010 by Axel Bührmann

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SWC 2010 Soccer Fan Fest by Axel Bührmann

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SWC Soccer Fan Fest by Axel Bührmann

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Bafana at SWC 2010? It's already becoming a faded memory by Axel Bührmann

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Soccer Fest 11 June 2010 by Axel Bührmann

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SWC Soccer Fest by Axel Bührmann

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vuvuzela by rafiq s

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  1. utari

    vuvuvuvu…vuvuzela’s sound like a bee buzzing..make annoying sound, but it’s a great horn for celebrating World Cup 2010.

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  2. yulianti

    bzzz… bzz… bz…. buzzing vuvuzela … :mrgreen:

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  3. aiva

    why is vuvuzela so annoying?

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  4. roy

    that’s sound very hard, but i like it, coz have mistic

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