How I execute mosquitoes? Electrocute them. I kill mosquitoes with such cruelty that will make Buddhists cringe. Frankly, I only launch wars against roaches, mosquitoes and flies, to list in an order of descending intensity of hatred.
The thing is, when I try to have some quiet time at night in front of the computer, armies of mosquitoes take advantage of the occasion and attack viciously to harvest my blood. They hide under the table or in the corners, and mostly target my legs and feet.
Turning on air-conditioning will usually quench their blood-thirst for a while, but didn’t do the trick this time. I also can’t bear the smell of the poisonous heaters with repellent tablets, so I decided to get a new weapon to defend myself.
This advanced weapon, or WMD, to borrow Mr. Bush’s catchphrase, looks just like a badminton racket, only heavier and bulkier. Once mosquitoes are caught on the net, the metal wires will spark and make a loud cracking noise, announcing the demise of a tiny insect vampire. But the drawback is I have to constantly distract myself from what I do to hunt them down.