JOHANNESBURG, South Africa - Many of the world' sports writers covering The 2010 FIFA World Cup Finals are in agreement that something needs to be done about the vuvuzelas situation.
Many compare the annoying as hell sound to a swarm of bees, others to a swarm of mosquitoes, and still others say that it sounds like the sound that Lindsay Lohan's SWARM ankle bracelet makes when she takes a sip of alcohol.
ESPN analyst Steve McManaman, an Englishmen who is highly respected by everyone in the soccer world, stated that the opening game between South Africa and Mexico should not have ended in 1-1 tie.
McManaman, said that Mexico should have won the game 2-1, but due to the fact that one of the referees got distracted by the irritatingly disturbing and agitatingly bothersome noise from the vuvuzelas he totally missed the call.
And as a result the Mexican goal was disallowed. A spokesperson for Team Mexico says that they do plan to file a complaint but as McManaman said, it will simply be placed in the circular file (trash can).
It is reported that many of the home viewers merely turn the television's volume completely down to avoid having to listen to the incessant trumpets.
Fabio Cappelo, the British coach said that the vuvuzelas will not be banned simply because, after all South Africa is the home country and they run the show.
In other news. In a move aimed at getting rid of their 'soft' image. Microsoft has announced that they will be changing their name from Microsoft to Microhard.