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vuvuzelas - you ain't seen nothin' yet!

Tibetan Guttural Chanting En Masse!
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Aey vu vu ay aray gurrah. Aey argh ahh argh vorey argh argh!

Can you imagine it?

Zimmy, Aug 27 2010


       That's "Mantras." Not "tibetan gutteral chanting", mantras. Mantras, got it?
Voice, Aug 28 2010

       Something more in the Zen/Samurai tradition would be better; the idea sound would be:   

       "WAAAAAAAAAAAA whssssssssssSSSSSSSSSHUP .... <thud>" *   

       * Intended to denote the sound of an extremely sharp Katana decapitating a vuvuzela perpetrator.
8th of 7, Aug 28 2010

       hehehe... what [8th] said.
Grogster, Aug 28 2010

       //extremely sharp// Unexpectedly charitable of you. I expected you'd decapitate them with a something dull, like a butter knife, and possibly serrated.
mouseposture, Aug 28 2010

       That would be tempting, but (i) the katana is quicker, and (ii) it's noisy enough without the added screaming of a vuvuzela-perpetrator having their head slowly sawn off with a small blunt item of domestic cutlery. Largely, the idea is to end the racket quickly and quietly.
8th of 7, Aug 28 2010

       noise cancelling flash mob? oh- they'd have to make some noise!
xandram, Aug 29 2010

       // noise cancelling technology //   

       Sp. "Katana" (q.v.)
8th of 7, Aug 29 2010

       It's just another example of the blatant prejudice against perfectly normal, law-abiding people who simply like to carry dangerous weaponry with them at all times. Disgusting, we call it. What was the 23rd Aamendment for, we ask ? They'll be letting women vote, next ...   

       <wanders off, shaking heads and mumbling>
8th of 7, Aug 29 2010


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