Facebook User Upcycles An Old Bra Into A Bird Feeder

Who else loves birds chirping in their backyard? I have to say we get a lot of these because there are many trees in the area.

In the summer I usually get to relax and listen to the birds quite often. But I have to admit I've never set up a bird feeder before. And definitely not one like this, ha, ha!

Recently, someone posted on Facebook the most unusual idea for a bird feeder.

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I can honestly say I would never have thought of it. Now that I have seen it, it kind of makes sense to me. You've got to see it for yourself.

Okay, are you ready?

Here it is! Ha, ha, your eyes aren't playing tricks on you at all. It's a bra, ladies and gentlemen. What do you think of that idea? Isn't it genius or what? I can't get over this, LOL!

Who thought this would become a "thing"?

I certainly wouldn't expect to see something like that in anybody's backyard. Now that I see it, I do like the idea of it. Isn't it such a cool way to repurpose an old item?

And to think that I must've thrown out so many old bras before.

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I could have turned them into funky little bird feeders like these. Perhaps I still have one or two lying around that I could use to set it up in our backyard.

I've been reading some of the comments on the Facebook video, and they're hilarious.

Many ladies have chimed in saying how awesome they think this is. So I wouldn't be surprised if old bra feeders start popping up in your neighborhood.

This one lady loved the idea so much she vowed to do it herself.

She, too, found all the talk about this bra feeder quite enjoyable. If you're bored at work, I suggest you take a gander. It might put a smile on your face.

The funny thing is that many ladies started tagging their friends on this post.

They're suggesting that they all set up such feeders in their backyards. Can you see it? Who knows, this might be a new trend that really takes off.

If you decide to do this, get ready for some weird looks from your unsuspecting neighbors.

I bet they would be scratching their heads with quite the curiosity. We don't even have a fence around our backyard, so that might get a little awkward.

So what do you think about this unorthodox bird feeder idea?

Are you game, or would you be too embarrassed to hang your bras in your backyard? I have to say I'm on the fence myself. I love it, but I'm not totally sold on it yet.