Can't get enough of vuvuzelas? Or perhaps the opposite is the case. Here are a series of social media links devoted to everything vuvuzela.
RedsWhitesandBlacks is a blog focusing on vuvuzela news around South Afria, Africa and the World. The latest item on this blog is a link to story about Bill Clinton saying he is a fan of the vuvuzela.
Vuvuzela Radio (Vuzuzela FM) is an online radio dedicated to playing the sound of the vuvuzela.
Blow Me provides an opportunity for vuvuzela lovers to blow a virtual vuvuzela. You can also visit the virtual vuvuzela here.
Browse the web as if you are at the 2010 World Cup at Vuvuzela Time. Enter the address of any website and hear its vuvuzela sound!
What about “Breaking balls sonata for vuvuzela”?
And if the vuvuzelas disturb you so much, visit the official EarPlug of the vuvuzela, Vuvuzela Unplugged.
There is anti-vuvuzela movement, which is lead by Ban Vuvuzela, Stop Vuvuzelas and Anti-Vuvuzela.
If you are into computer games, you can play Vuvuzela Hero: Legend of Africa. You might as well download vuvuzela app for iPhone and iPad? Or check out YouTube vuvuzela button.
Stop Vuvuzela, The Vuvuzela, Vuvuzelona, Live Vuvuzela, Vuvunee (Dutch), Vuvuneela, VuvuUnplugged, Vuvuzela Radio and Vuvuzela Horn.
Vuvuzela Radio, Virtual Vuvuzela Facebook Gift, The Vuvuzela.
The World Cup soccer tournament ought to be played every two years, and should double the number of teams involved.