Funny Instruments

Funny Instruments

1. Doodlesack

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2. Duck Stick

Also know as an oboe.

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3. The Dead Spirit Wailing Its Head Off in a Wooden Box With Holes

Also known as a violin being played by a seventh grader. See also Horror.

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4. Squeaky the Mouse

Oh wait, sorry, I meant a clarinet played by a sixth-grader.

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5. The Keyboard

Most famous instrument of 2020. Comes with free monitor.

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Dude. Do us a solid. Add your own funny instrument.

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6. Subcontrabass Saxaphone

Really big sax, really hard to spell.

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7. The Pikasso Guitar

Only for really freaking good guitar enthusiasts. See also Complicated.

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8. The Great Stalacpipe Organ

Guinness crowned this the world’s largest instrument, and understandably so. See also Music.

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9. Children

Teachers and parents used to whack them to make noises, but now this instrument is illegal in most countries.

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10. Cheap Party Favor Whistle

One high-pitch note of parents’ nightmares. See also Annoying, Parents.

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