An electronic device similar to a bug zapper which, as the name implies, is designed to reduce the local hummingbird population. It resembles a standard hummingbird feeder, but unlike a bug zapper's ultraviolet light, it has a red light to attract the birds. It also contains a 50 kilovolt power supply, connected to flower-shaped receptacles at the base. When an unsuspecting hummingbird inserts its beak into the flower searching for nectar, it bridges the contacts and the bird explodes with deadly and humorous effect.
No longer content with his usual nighttime entertainment of drinking malt liquor while watching the bug zapper, Zeke's new hummingbird zapper provides hours of daytime redneck enjoyment.
by Timotheus357 April 25, 2010