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Redneck Story Competition

Redneck Story Competition

 

News from Redneckville stories should embody the proper character of rednecks and provide other rednecks with a sense of kinship and connection. Stories that feature the simple items that have made rednecks popular — such as trucks, big hair, tooth problems, duct tape, wildlife, dogs, drive-in liquor stores — are of particular interest. Rednecks using new artistic forms are also especially appreciated.

Some examples could include, but are definitely not limited to: weddings in odd locations, the day Cloyd was shot in a accident involving his dog, the farmer that spray painted “cow” on the side of his cattle so they wouldn’t get shot during deer-hunting season, legal mishaps such as actions of nudity where the assailant was caught hiding under a trailer, or guys in the local tavern sharing their thoughts.

If these story ideas seem typical to you, then give yourself a hardy pat on the back and feel proud to be a real redneck.

Humor, of course, is a huge plus.

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Rednecks: A Culture Happy to Be Celebrated

Rednecks: A Culture Happy to Be Celebrated

Rednecks are not just outdoor workers with sunburnt necks anymore; they are a huge portion of this great country who have decided to stand up for the true character they posses.

Rednecks are often fearless and creative. They tend to find novel ways to recycle everything from furniture to old car parts. They traditionally derive happiness from the simple things life has to offer, such as cheep beer, extended families and large-scale Christmas decorations adorning the trailer.

Rednecks take pride in their culture by being happy in who they are. And they are not afraid to show it. More and more people are appreciating the true rednecks of this country.

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