Undictionary:I gave her the Hummingbird

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Slang - Action[edit]

  1. Verb - Sex Act: The act of taking a woodwind instrument and inserting it into the vagina/anus/other sexual cavity of a sexual partner, and blowing the notes into it in order for the noise to echo around inside of the receiver.
  2. Verb - Gift: Giving someone a Hummingbird as a gift.

Example of Usage[edit]


John: "Bro, I found my old 3rd grade plastic recorder, and I gave my girl the Hummingbird!"

Rick: "You're fucking sick in the head. Did it sound cool though?"

John: "Yeah, it did! I played "Hot Cross Buns" and "Mary Had a Little Lamb"

Rick: "Which hole did you put it in?"

John: "Aw man, that's TMI."


John: "I gave my Mom a hummingbird for her birthday."

Rick: "Cool!"

John: "Your fly is down."

DEFINITELY not this one.

History of the (Sex Act) Hummingbird[edit]

The Hummingbird was first invented by the Aboriginals after one of them got way too horny and decided to shove a didgeridoo up one of their holes, and then blow. The tribal elders, after hearing the sound that it made, decided to etch the records of it onto the cave walls, where it laid dormant for over 3000 years.

In 2019, it was rediscovered after known loser <insert name here> decided to remove some of their ribs so they could blow themselves, and somehow manage to accidentally shove their clarinet up their asshole.[1] The shock of the clarinet piercing <insert name here>'s poop-chute was so great that they lost their mind. <insert name here> was then put in an insane asylum, where they reside to this day, with their sanity being so deluded that they think that they're on Uncyclopedia right now, instead of spazzing out in a padded cell. One of the workers at the asylum (who should probably be locked up with the inmates) thought that this wasn't such a bad idea, and began to spread this on the internet.

History of the (Gift) Hummingbird[edit]

Hummingbirds are very interesting birds, known for their high wing speed and frequent presence at specialized bird feeders. While having one as a pet is unconventional, it can be done. They require lots of nutrients, as well as a large space to fly around in.

  1. Don't ask how removing ribs led to clarinets up assholes.