Funny Instruments

Funny Instruments

71. The Ass-Trumpet

Holding a megaphone up to a fart. It's a real head-turner. See also Flatulence.

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72. Hurdy Gurdy

Immortalized by Donovan in 1967. Most Russian hurdy gurdy performers were purged by Stalin in the 1930's. See also 60's, Music.

Added by Dave on June 14, 2007| 3 Comments | You Like This |

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73. Accordion Shop

Played by pirates worldwide.

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74. Kazoo Shop

The kazoo is played professionally in jug bands and comedy music, and by amateurs everywhere. See also Nerds.

Added by Sheri on January 7, 2007| Comment | You Like This |

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75. Saxsamaphone

Instrument that Lisa Simpson plays as pronounced by Homer. See also Simpsons.

Added by a Guest on December 21, 2006| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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76. Bugle Shop

Plosives and short, open vowels make this word a winner. It's best if you picture it being played by a funny animal, like a llama or a pelican.

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77. Didgeridoo Shop

An Australian instrument that sounds like a bumblebee with a bad hangover.

Added by a Guest on December 19, 2006| 7 Comments | You Like This |

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78. Two or More Tubas Playing at the Same Time

And why are tubas only played by fat people? The quicker, skinnier people grab all the flutes or something? See also Bands, Music, Parades.

Added by a Guest on December 15, 2006| 9 Comments | You Like This |

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79. Vocoder

A staple of bad electronic music (including Styx's "Mr. Roboto") for the past 30 years. See also 70's, Music, Songs.

Added by Ryan on October 12, 2006| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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80. Keytar Shop

A keyboard worn and played like a guitar. See also 80's, Music.

Added by Tyler on September 23, 2006| 4 Comments | You Like This |

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