A mind-numbing torture device made of cheap, brightly colored plastic. It resembles a horn but its pitch cannot be changed. It is being used during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
I thought I heard an angry swarm of bumblebees, but it was the sound of vuvuzelas playing at the World Cup.
by teller of truths10 June 14, 2010
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simplest and clearest way to demonstrate that although you scored a ticket to a world cup match, you do not appreciate or understand football to the slightest degree, and are probably in fact not watching the action.
critical goal scored in injury time = 140 decibels of vuvuzela
player being treated on the field = 140 dB vuvuzela
long stretch of tedious and inconclusive play = 140 dB vuvuzela
halftime = 140 dB vuvuzela
national anthems = 140 dB vuvuzela
by kenbot June 19, 2010
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An argument made by many people against socialism that use Venezuela as an example of a failure of socialism
Socialist: *makes valid argument for socialism
Person 2: Well actually if you look at Venezuala it shows that socialism fails
Socialist: No not vuvuzela, it's not socialist
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English keeper Robert Green will be forever haunted by the sound of the vuvuzela
by AnonJudicator June 12, 2010
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A horn that ruins football matches with a loud annoying noise that serves no purpose - that's not used in the tempo of the game - just blown non-stop for 90mins in a retarded way
I very much like football to show my love of the game i will blow my vuvuzela for the next 90mins - i wont even watch the game i will just blow and blow and blow & blow - phrase the lord!!
by coroner01 June 14, 2010
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An extremely loud piece of shit trumpet like instrument used mostly by african fans in the FIFA World Cup 2010 to annoy the hell out of the rest of the world who is watching the competition on TV. It is so loud that it almost overlaps the commentary if somebody is blowing in that thing and it completely nullifies any sort of singing or cheering.
My own theory is that it is used as a primitive radio alternative to communicate the match action between cities, hell prolly even countries considering how LOUD that shit is.
Me: Yes finally the World Cup is here, i'm getting my beer and a bag of chips and i'm gonna enjoy the matches.
Me: What the fuck, can you believe this shit? I hate the damn vuvuzela's ban those things already!
by lionfw June 13, 2010
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