Thursday, December 13, 2007

A Redneck Christmas or It Takes All Kinds


Jeff Foxworthy has made quite a career out of redneck comedy. I thought of him when I noticed gifts for the redneck advertised at the top of this morning’s post. Just because the blog is called Alabama Kitchen Sink doesn’t mean everyone from Alabama is a redneck, and I certainly don't purport to be one. However, rednecks are some of my favorite people, and let’s just say I have encountered my share of them. Most are lovable, colorful and rather benign except when it’s deer season or they've had too much beer. Both of those events can be interesting or deadly.

Click on over to check out a new-to-me redneck, Slidawg and the Redneck Ramblers for a new Christmas song called “Did You Heared What I Heared?” and slap a smile on your face. Appropriately, the CD is available at Wal-Mart.

9 comments:

Lorelei said...

I guess I'd better get used to rednecks quick since I'll soon be living amongst them. We are moving 12/26!

Sarge Charlie said...

Well now Miss Shelia, you can take the girl out of the south but there is no way to take the south out of the girl. I no bout rednecks since I are one.

Marsha said...

It has been my experience that the term redneck has a slightly different meaning in the minds of northerners than it does in the mind of southerners.

Palm Springs Savant said...

Sheila- there is good in all of us, Redneck or even Yankee Trash!

ps- I like Jeff Foxworthy!

Marion said...

Rednecks are everywhere, sometimes lovable and funny, sometimes not. I did have a smile on my face as I listened to Slidawg...new to me, as well.

Some of my best friends are rednecks, by their own happy admission!

Miss Trashahassee said...

I 'bout fell off my chair at "Did you Heared What I Heared," and that was just from reading the title in your post. Can't wait to hear the actual song!

BFF,
Miss T

Naomi said...

Funny song Sheila. It made me smile!

Cyndi Evans said...

I live among rednecks in south central PA having moved here 11 years ago from Northern CA. It is a hoot to be working in Wal-Mart and just watch people. I have found rednecks to be quite honest and not stuck up people! :)I like the name of your blog even though you are transplanted to another state. Cyndi

Sheila said...

Thanks, Cyndi. I guess I'll keep the name since it taxes my brain to try to think up another. The parts of PA I'm familiar with are lovely. Thanks for visiting.