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You Might Be A Redneck If... [Truck Edition]

by Kevin Hermansen on November 30, 2017

Yeeeehaw!!

Everybody loves a little redneck humor, and we're no exception. Comedian Jeff Foxworthy made the phrase "You Might be a Redneck if..." many years ago. But despite their age, we truly feel that the jokes never get old. So we scoured the web for the best Foxworthy jokes, finding tons of hilarious memes in the process. As our search continued we realized there was a treasure trove of redneck jokes beyond those that Jeff Foxworthy coined. This realization inspired us to come up with our own redneck jokes (yee yee!). The final result? The mud-flingin' infographic below.

Finding hilarious redneck humor infographics on the web was actually pretty difficult. Redneck memes have flooded the internet, but we wanted to take the entertainment to the next level. This infographic is basically a compilation of 11 different redneck humor memes created specifically for your entertainment. Some of the jokes have been reused from Jeff Foxworthy and other sources, and we threw in a couple of our own for good measure.

So sit back, crack a beer, and enjoy our entertaining redneck humor infographic.

 

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You Might Be a Redneck If... TRUCK EDITION

Your kids are going hungry tonight because you just HAD to have those Yosemite Sam mud flaps.

You have spent more on your pickup truck than your education.

People hear your truck long before they see it.

The primary color of your car is bondo.

You've forgotten the color of your truck.

You care so much about the environment, you wear it on your truck!

Your truck is so lifted you have to get out at the McDonald's drive through.

You hit deer with your truck on purpose and don't need a new bumper.

You've ever said "Hold my beer!" while driving.

Your truck bed doubles as a swimming pool.

You have a confederate or American flag waving from your truck bed.

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