The Shaving Foam In The Highly Popular Google Doodle For Brazil v. Germany World Cup Semi-Final.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.… .. ... .. .
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by Anura Guruge


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Those that not that au fait with ‘footie’ (as we call it) have been slightly puzzled,
for good reason, as to the ‘shaving cream’ in the deservedly highly-popular
July 8, 2014, Brazil v. Germany Google Doodle.

Well, I told YOU in my title for that Doodle.
It has to do with the taking of penalty kicks.
Now, to avoid transgressions, the referee marks
a ‘no go’ line behind where the players must stand.

They use a foam, not shaving cream per se, for that.
OK?

Click to access "Tech Void" if you want more details of the 9:15 spray foam used in the 2014 World Cup.

Click to access “Tech Void” if you want more details of the 9:15 spray foam used in the 2014 World Cup.


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