haha i'm a redneck lmao ... i dont know what classifies anyone as a redneck but it comes in part to having a tan neck but white back and chest.. usually the lower arms are tan too... farmers tan heck idk lol
Redneck is a disparaging:  term that refers to a person who is stereotypically Caucasian and of lower social-economic status in the United States, particularly referring to those living in rural areas. Originally limited to the Southern United States,:  and then to Appalachia, the term has become widely used throughout North America.
i looked it up cuz you got me wondering too lol i found it on wikipedia lol and based on the def i am a redneck lmao
haha yup there are ... i have been in arizona almost a month now and we saw what we call the redneck truck(covered in mud) and i was like heck yeah thats what i'm talking bout .. personally i like "rednecks" compared to barbies and kens lol
My first husband used to call me a hillbilly. I have always been proud of the fact of my roots. I will find my Grandpa's song about our clan sometime and put it in a hub. At any rate, habee you know what a redneck is, you've seen The Dukes of Hazzard. Boss Hogg and the deputy, Cletus was it? they were rednecks.
A redneck is me. I realize its supposed to be an insult, but I dont really care. I am damn proud of who I am, and where I am from. I have been barefoot and pregnant, with pride, 3 times. I love camo. I own a gun. I have once owned a lawn tractor, held together by duct tape. I spend my summers helpign hubby cut, split and stack fire wood. We raise our own chickens for eggs and food. You should see the people from the new housing development, driving by in their saabs, stare on butchering day.... Four wheeling is fun, even better if you get stuck. In the words of Gretchen Wilson, I work hard, I PLAY HARDER.
I first heard this word when I was watching "The Family Guy" -- some kind of people who love their trucks and have guns and then sit outside their houses with their sofa?? Is it a negative or a postive stereotypes??
I AM uneducated.I DO own a gun. I have an old van seat outside, for sitting by the bonfire, I am white. Im not worried about the fact that somebody (like my mother or sister) might consider these to be reasons to look down on me. PrettyD, its supposed to be an insult. I think it would be, if I let it.
"I'm a redneck..I got scars on my knuckles... I'm a redneck...wearing big shiny buckles... I'm a redneck...dating "honky-tonk" queens... I'm a redneck...!"
Well.... I tried to find out who sung this 'un...way back in the '70's...but it seems to be buried in the "way back whens" on the internet...back past Gretchen Wilson's "Redneck Woman"....However...this song described perfectly what a "redneck" is....Yeee-Haaa!
Well, I got me a shotgun and two big ol' dogs. I like fishin' and huntin', and we have us a pick-em-up truck. But I gots me a college edumercation! I used to couldn't spell college gradjut - now I are one!
A redneck was originally a common worker living in the USA and of Anglo-Saxon or Anglo-Celtic linage. The redness of the neck especially the back of the neck comes from the performance of hard work out in the open. Over time redneck came to mean someone white, pig ignorant and racist.
I've been called a redneck, a hillbilly, a hick, and a river rat many times. Most people don't use it as an insult though. Around here, it's a compliment, a way of life. When I think of rednecks, hillbillies, hicks, and river rats; I think of people who are resourceful, people who know how to survive without having much, people who work hard and know how to have fun while they're doing it. I'm proud to be called a redneck
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Well, are you? Let us all know. If you are, At least have the minerals to own up to it. If not let, let us know as well. And please, none of the phony remarks like, "I love black people." even if you mean it....
Just wondering what people think on this topic, I don't want to know how much you do it, just wondering if anyone thinks there is a standard or rule as to how much!I'm of the thinking that 3-4 times a week is acceptable.
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