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totally foreign and "Redneck snob" is about as ridiculous as the HUGE jacked up, BIG TIRED 10' off the ground monster truck I saw the other day in Gadsden that had "REDNECK" in big letters across the front window. As if we had to be told on that one? LOL...
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Well hell..I don't see ANYTHING wrong with ANY of that..? Am I a redneck and don't know it?
The difference between rednecks and white trash is that rednecks have money.
You could not be more wrong, I have traveled and worked in most states in this country. I have seen Rednecks of all races and age. Trash of any race is something all together different. RTR
If you're saying what I think you're saying, you're on the right track, with a little tuck action rolled in.
The way to a woman's mouth is through her phone.
So it's a stretch and tuck? Do you rick down the center, or on the side?
Is it funnier than the alabama belt buckle?
i believe the OP was referring to his wife being the owner of said skint quail. therefore, no tucking required...unless we are talking when rednecks meet trans, in which case i am at a loss for words
edit: not cuthberts wife but the rednecks wife
This post was edited by rolBAMAballs 23 months ago
Wrong. You're thinking of the Baton Rouge Bypass.
The term redneck differs according to who is saying it. People up north use it to apply to all, people in large cities/towns use it to refer to small town people, people in small townds use it to refer to country people, some use it to describe southern white people, some use it to refer to their uncle Jack or other family members, some use it to refer to a way of dress, trucks/cars you drive etc. Some use it as a term of endearment/pride, others use it to degrade others. It is a term as varied as our culture. Not all people fit every use of the word or the way we think of it as individuals.
Imagine all the rednecks, sharing all the wooooooooorrrrrrlllllld. You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one...
cajun crossroads IMO
Alligator Alley iyam.
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