If you have been watching the World Cup of soccer in South Africa, then you have heard the sound the sound of Vuvuzula Horns. Some people love the sound of those things and some hate it, but you cannot escape the fact the they really set a good mood for any type of sporting event, not just soccer. So get yours now and go cheer your team for win. The cheapest price for Vuvuzela horn is in online stores. You don’t need to go to South Africa to get one. They are quite cheap. You can get them for less than seven dollars and there many colors available and different sizes also.
If you don’t have not watched the 2010 World Cup, then you might have not heard the sound of these Vuvuzela horns. These long horns are a local tradition and they create a sound that can be heard far away. It was not very fair of FIFA to ban locals from selling official World Cup merchandise in the best spots, so we hope that the locals can get some money by selling these horns. They are for sure the best selling item of the games. It looks like the horns have come for good and we are going to hear them in every sporting event from now on. Every tourist and soccer fan is going to buy one and take it home.
If you don’t find a Vuvuzela horn that has the exact colors of the country or team you are rooting for then you can always paint and put some logo stickers on it to identify yourself as a fan. It is an easy thing to do and it just takes some spray paint. You can even hang a flag on it. Some people even modify it so it makes a different sound, buy I would not do it, because there is always a chance you brake it and then you need to buy a new one. Just better stick with the original high pitched sound of the horn.
The games have been great so far, but it seems that the referees are not up to the job. Some are really really bad and should be nowhere near the games. The way England was denied a goal is ridiculous. It could have totally changed the pace of the game. I am just glad that my favourite Germany got through. Another crazy example of bad refereeing was also seen yesterday when Argentine scored a goal when the offensive player was so clearly offside that even a blind man could have seen it. It’s too bad that I can’t visit the games, but I can also get in the spirit with my Vuvuzela horn at home. I just hope it does not bother my neighbours too much. But we have the World Cup only every four year so it is only few more weeks.