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I live in Augusta, GA....I see rednecks everyday...not everybody here is, but it happens at least twice a day...overweight people in tight, sweaty undershirts with a beer in hand, or somebody with a confederate flag T-shirt....you get used to it fairly quickly, however.

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What's particularly funny is the way Rednecks stroll around Wal-Mart like they're tourists or something. Wal-Mart in Midland isn't just a superstore -- it's an event.

It's really sad.

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What about the Redneck Neighbor?
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Icon 1 posted April 06, 2003 14:34      Profile for SpikeSpiegel     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
hehe

somebody posted that earlier

funniest website ever.. well maybe not
but still one of hte funnier ones out there

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Icon 1 posted April 06, 2003 14:40      Profile for cheezi git     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Slurpy:
What about the Redneck Neighbor?

i found that site about a few months ago, and what struck me, apart from the fact that it would be a nightmare to live next to someone like that, is that the redneck neighbour sounds really sad and lonely, and to see someone that earnest, but ultimately crap, was depressing

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quote:
Originally posted by raydreams:

You've had a boat parked on your driveway for more than a week

That's not strictly redneck. We actually don't have very many rednecks in this part of Virginia. I imagine they all got kicked out of this city because they were pissing in the ocean and scaring away the tourists.

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quote:
Originally posted by Slurpy:
What about the Redneck Neighbor?

I agree with cheezi. Funny at first, but ultimately depressing.
You know how some people are just a bit odd? As in, dysfunctionally odd? I mean, yeah, most of us have our quirks and all that, but we can contain that oddness. Others can't. I wouldn't call JD8 crazy, but he's definitely out of touch.

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WTF?? What are they worried about? A Great Flood??

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"Most rednecks are content to have a dog under the porch, but Johnny Jim Bob wants an elephant under his."
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Geeks and Rednecks...
Am I only one who thinks "Hey, this could be an idea for a sitcom..."

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I think the title for that show has already been taken

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raydreams, that pic is awesome! The redneckiest (sic) neighbors that I have in the immediate neighborhood don't do anything worse than spraypaint the house numbers on the mailbox and the curb (no stencils, mind you). That, and have plastic pink flamingos next to the mailbox. I'd never seen any in real life until I saw this house. I'd always thought they were a myth, like the inbreeding jokes (if you ignore the blue people in Kentucky).

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