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Old 12-08-07, 05:10 PM   #1
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Things rednecks do.

http://www.collegehumor.com/video:1792484

Language wise: NSFW.
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Old 12-08-07, 05:16 PM   #2
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Crazy!! I must have gone to school with those guys dads, as I heard lots of plans but no action.
What song had the line one bourbon, one..... and who sung it.
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One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer-George Thorogood

I think this is more impressive though.

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God loves rednecks. If not he would have deposited that cross eyed driver on his nose right between those two ramps.
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Thing is, these guys are supposedly from New Jersey. New Jersey...get a rope! BTW, do you know what preceeds most emergency room visits in Texas? "Hold my beer and watch this"!
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Thing is, these guys are supposedly from New Jersey. New Jersey...get a rope! BTW, do you know what preceeds most emergency room visits in Texas? "Hold my beer and watch this"!
You are talking to a NJ native. These guys do not reflect the general population where I am.
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Thing is, these guys are supposedly from New Jersey. New Jersey...get a rope! BTW, do you know what preceeds most emergency room visits in Texas? "Hold my beer and watch this"!
The nationwide conceit seems to be that all the dentally-******** KKKreationists are south of the Mason-Dixon line, whereas in every other rural environment, the people are all like Kevin Costner from Field of Dreams.

I have lived all over the US, and can honestly say that sometimes the "common wisdom" is pure BS.

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i do all sorts of stuff.
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Old 12-09-07, 07:06 AM   #10
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You are talking to a NJ native. These guys do not reflect the general population where I am.
Clearly you're not a denizen of Chatsworth, Whitesbog and environs.
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Crazy!! I must have gone to school with those guys dads, as I heard lots of plans but no action.
What song had the line one bourbon, one..... and who sung it.
Before George Thoroughgood...John Lee Hooker who I think wrote it. Not exaclty a redneck, but I guess the sentiment translates.
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Old 12-09-07, 09:47 AM   #12
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You are talking to a NJ native. These guys do not reflect the general population where I am.
Umm, I know you too well to let you get away with that statement Smash man. Even your screen name reflects your redneckness. Get 30 miles out of any major city in the USA or Canada, there are rednecks. They just adapt to the surroundings.

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His screen name before he changed it was KonaRider24. I thought he was from Hawaii surfin' on them waaaaaaaaaaves!! Woo Hoo baybuh!!




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His screen name before he changed it was KonaRider24. I thought he was from Hawaii surfin' on them waaaaaaaaaaves!! Woo Hoo baybuh!!




It was changed to Mr. Smashy after the sheer amount of damage to a bicycle he can inflict. I've also know him as "gordonrules" for the NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon.
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Hell I knew him as Gordon before I knew his real name. So there. Hmmph. *tude kickin' in*
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Hell I knew him as Gordon before I knew his real name. So there. Hmmph. *tude kickin' in*
OK you win. I was ribbing him on his denied redneckness.
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Nice to see no-one was killed...

I live in the middle of a city of one million people and the rednecks are also abundant within the city limits which proves they are indeed adaptable.
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Umm, I know you too well to let you get away with that statement Smash man. Even your screen name reflects your redneckness. Get 30 miles out of any major city in the USA or Canada, there are rednecks. They just adapt to the surroundings.
Oh well.

Actually I am under 30 miles from a city(Easton) and wedged in between three major cities Philly Newark and NYC.
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hehe, back when I was ohh, 17ish - I hung around with a group of guys (guys were soooo much more fun than girls) and as a result I kinda got into a little trouble here and there (ahem), but one thing we used to do with one of guys vehicles was to take his big white party van - down into an old quarry and take it over jumps (hehe) --- while the rest of us bounced around like B-B's in the back (no seats, etc).

Oh my - and I'm from the sticks too Does this qualify as a redneck move?
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I rode with someone who did something similar (mainly driving at a high rate of speed off the top of a steep hill)... he kept saying that he couldn't be ticketed by police, because the police would be clocking his air speed, not ground speed...

*shudder*

He did totally trash the car's suspension by doing that though.

Good ol' high school days.
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