The vuvuzela trumpet almost ruined the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, making games difficult to watch without the sound on low, and I imagine almost impossible to sit through in the stadium.
And yet here they are again, spotted for sale in 2014 World Cup host city Belo Horizonte for just a few reais…
If these seriously catch on here it would be gutting. Here’s hoping for samba-style drums and whistles.
Also, those England fans that play The Great Escape tune over and over again can stay at home, too.
Let’s go back to basics with this World Cup and stick to cheering, hollering, clapping and maybe those things that spin around and go clack-clack-clack-clack.