You might be a redneck if......

#4
You play the Banjo while sitting on a fence.

Drink Moonshine.

Refer to the Civil War as the "War of Northern Aggression".

Use photos of Obama as target practice.
 

Ravers

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#7
It was done in the entrance of Block 13, Seaton Bks, Plymouth circa 1987, just prior to a Fiat Mirafiori getting wedged into the swing doors up to the B pillars. I loved being a single soldier.
Indeed,the rec space in Inglefield Hall at HMS Collingwood has also been the scene of many an indoor motocross race.
 

jim24

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#8
I almost got the sack in Mount Pleasant for riding a trials bike around the corridors with my mate Corky playing the bagpipes on the pillion ,And I only bought the bike because they didn't like me doing it on the horse I bought off a bloke in Fitzroy social club
 
#9
I almost got the sack in Mount Pleasant for riding a trials bike around the corridors with my mate Corky playing the bagpipes on the pillion ,And I only bought the bike because they didn't like me doing it on the horse I bought off a bloke in Fitzroy social club
See what I mean? Whoever said the "special relationship" is dead!!! It proves my point that "red neck isms" are actually universal truths of the human condition.
 
#10
See what I mean? Whoever said the "special relationship" is dead!!! It proves my point that "red neck isms" are actually universal truths of the human condition.
Steady, JJH, we might do daft things for sh*ts and giggles, but only a few do it with bag-pipes. Please don't tar us all with THAT particular brush!
 
#11
I am a Northern Ireland redneck. I have various old shitters (cars and motorcycles) in varying states of disassembly/roadworthiness, my girlfriend has the same surname as me, and my mate's grandmother makes poteen in her garden shed. I also once imbibed a quantity of petrol (gasoline) which was virtually indistinguishable from Wayne's grandmama's moonshine.
 
#13
You own a Ford F150 but have no real need for a pickup?

Bugger. Cletus! Fetch my shotgun!
 
#17
Geez--I thought everyone would see it as the compliment that it is.
 
#18
I call my Jamaican colleague either Toby or Snowball. Am I in?
 
#19
...if, when someone says that they live in your State/Shire/trailer park, you ask 'For how many generations?'
 

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