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    My vote is for Vuvuzela, a long plastic instrument in the shape of a trumpet, that makes a very loud noise when you blow it and was popular with football fans in South Africa.
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    'Lol jk' <<<< heard that phrase too much this year.
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    Tit****, said as one word :P
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    Moisture.
    Just rolls off the lips doesn't it?
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    Coalition.
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    One of those words me thinks
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    +1 vuvuzelas, I actually miss the things
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    Globules... because it sounds great and has no relations to this year's events
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    (Original post by manic_fuzz)
    Globules... because it sounds great and has no relations to this year's events
    First thing that sprung to my mind was Goebbels (Joseph Goebbels) :eek:


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