What's the most redneck thing you've ever done?

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    It would seem to me that we have found the Redneck community here at DC.......
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    I cut the end off a co2 canister for a bb gun shoved match heads inside lit it and all I heard was a massive boom I don't know if it blew up or flew like a rocket my buddy didn't see where it went and all the nieghbors came out side to investigate

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheShadow View Post
    Straight headers on a mopar muscle car...

    it's it's just...

    a redneck symphony...


    The Judge didn't think so. lol
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    Use to take a full size kitchen gas oven/range (like the one in your kitchen) on camping trips so we could make fresh biscuits, so we could have biscuits and gravy for breakfast
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    Quote Originally Posted by IronMike View Post
    When I was 16,I stood up a FINE young lady to go coon hunting!
    Did ya get any? What kinda dogs wuz ya usin?

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    Shooting bottle rockets off inside the cab of a Chevy 4x4. It ws cool watching it run around the inside of the windshield.

    Got stopped once for weaving while driving that truck. The windows were overly tinted so I jumped out and and went back to meet the LEO ( could do that back I. The '70s). He said I was weaving and I was thinking " you would weave too if you had 2 guys and 5 girls in the cab of a Chevy pickup". Didn't tell him that though.

    Went for the first date with the girl that became my wife (28+ years now) and I showed up in blue jeans and cowboy boots with my shirttail out. Ended up sitting on the couch with the dog while she went back and dressed down. Went to eat ribs then see High Road to China then Mad Max for the late movie.

    Had a set of Hooker headers on the truck and it was jacked up so high I carried a milk crate in the bed so that my mom could get in.
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    Our wedding reception was a barbeque picnic complete with shooting out back behind the barn.

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    Spiked a watermelon with vodka and truck tire tubed down the Suwannee River outside Bronson, Fl eating the watermelon back in the early 80's.

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    So happy I started this thread.

    Another short one for you guys; when I was in High School me and my friends would dip in class and just swallow the spit. One day in gym I was dipping and I had a big one in, my gym teacher (who was also one of the "tougher" football coaches and had such a thick southern accent he was basically unintelligible) said "Hey Sally, whatcha doin' witcha mouth thurr?" I said, "Oh, nothing it's gum, I'll go spit it out."

    He goes grabs me by the face and says "Boy if yer lyin' to me I'm gonna jerk a knot in yer tail.. Open that trap." He finds out it's dip and he tells me to give him the can. He starts laughing and puts a BIG dip in himself, keeps my can, and proceeded to dip for the rest of the class, spitting on the football field.
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    Made a shooter out of a copper pipe, black powder from firecrakers, and bb's...lucky to have both hands.

    Put a couple of gallons of sugar water and yeast on the register and made a still in the basement shower, then spent a day driving the porcelain bus in the bathroom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acepilot View Post
    This isn't me, but it definitely qualifies as redneck....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paymeister View Post
    Dear Snowcake,

    Though they in fact can be found in the same geographical area, there's a WORLD of difference in character between 'redneck' and 'white trash'.

    "White Trash" describes lowlife Caucasians - people who would be late on their rent and destroy the place as they're about to be evicted, for instance. Meth-heads, welfare scammers, and neglecters or abusers of children, for a few more examples.

    "Rednecks" are usually rural folks who are unaware of or are unimpressed with city-folk ways and who would prefer to work for a living, often doing something tangible like farming or factory work. These are the prototypical work-all-week-then-hunt-fish-6pack guys. I used to live in the San Francisco Bay Area then in Los Angeles: I now live in Appalachia and have tremendous respect for the fine people who are my neighbors. You have no idea how nice it is to have the gal at the insurance agency and the pharmacy tech recognize me by my voice over the phone (both have happened to me here). And folks will stop and offer help when you're by the side of the road. These are the people I want to be like, in spite of my University degrees and fondness for classical music. I moved my family here so my daughter could grow up here instead of surrounded by white trash - the town we came from now is second only to Detroit in percent on welfare.

    Historically redneck has been used to describe uneducated poor white farmers, and indeed has been used interchangeably with 'hillbilly' (though that's offensive to our locals) and 'white trash' (though 'white trash' suggests immorality while 'redneck' does not). Matt Wray, in Not Quite White: White Trash and the Boundaries of Whiteness (2006), writes that the main difference is that "redneck," "cracker", "Okie", and "hillbilly" emphasize that a person is poor and uneducated and comes from the backwoods with little awareness of the modern world, while "white trash" emphasizes the person's moral failings (pp. 79, 102).

    While White Trash can be found anywhere, both groups seem to be seen in rural areas and both are usually struggling financially. But our whole site here is devoted to defending ourselves from one type and championing the other (OK, we've got some wealthy city folks here, too, but I'm waxing poetic).

    And the typical redneck seems better able to laugh at himself than many city folks: the classic is describing activities which start out with such leaders as, "So I said to 'em, 'Hey, y'all, watch this (hold my beer for me)..." Hence this thread.
    Quite the detailed response, Paymeister. I'm impressed. :)

    I was born and raised in the SF bay area. I always thought I was a city mouse through and through, but I'm discovering my redneck roots (I married a native Texan and have relatives in Arkansas) and my blooming love of guns. :) We just moved from a city of about 130,000 to a small town of about 7,000. I never thought I would say this, but I love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowcake View Post
    Quite the detailed response, Paymeister. I'm impressed. :)

    I was born and raised in the SF bay area. I always thought I was a city mouse through and through, but I'm discovering my redneck roots (I married a native Texan and have relatives in Arkansas) and my blooming love of guns. :) We just moved from a city of about 130,000 to a small town of about 7,000. I never thought I would say this, but I love it!
    A small town of 7,000? Come to Montana, we have some counties that don't even add up to 1K (smallest county is only a couple of hundred people). Cattle outnumber people in Montana.
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    Quote Originally Posted by varob View Post
    Use to take a full size kitchen gas oven/range (like the one in your kitchen) on camping trips so we could make fresh biscuits, so we could have biscuits and gravy for breakfast
    Aww, all that trouble? We learned a trick in scouts, take a cardboard box, cut top and bottom off. Line inside of it with aluminum foil. line lid with aluminum foil. use some sort of skewers to make a rack inside box. put foil on ground, hot coals on foil, box over coals, food on rack, lid on top. GETS VERY HOT inside. have made pizzas, brownies, always gotta have biscuits! Box oven, ala boy scout camp. works wonders, makes neighbors jealous, and folds flat and can be reused over and over!

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    Once we had a massive log I could not split with sledge and wedge,so I drilled a hole in the center,inserted a .30-06 round and hit it with the back of the axe...it worked.

    Amazing I've lived this long.
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