Redneck Fishing with Bows and Guns

Wow, I don’t even know what to say for this one 🙂

Location: Lake Marrisach, Arkansas.

Contributed by: Dawn Foster.

Photo by tmikelsmith used under a Creative Commons license.

Monster Redneck Truck

Huge monster truck tires and not one, but 2 flags on the back.

Location: Hwy 157 in Illinois

Contributed by: Dawn Foster

Photo by Brian Bennett used under a Creative Commons license.

Balanced Redneck Meal

Everything you need for a balanced redneck meal: Catfish dinner, beer and smokes.

Contributed by: Dawn Foster.

Photo by Jo Naylor used under a Creative Commons license.

The Hungry Redneck Cafe

Great roadside sign for the Hungry Redneck Cafe on old Hwy 30 between Baker City and Durkee Oregon.

Location: Durkee, Oregon.

Contributed by: Dawn Foster.

Photo by Baker County Tourism used under a Creative Commons license.

Redneck Merchandise

Go to a fair in Virginia to get all kinds of redneck gear, but this stuff is only for the most serious rednecks.

Location: Virginia

Contributed by Dawn Foster.

Photo by Tom Woodward used under a Creative Commons license.

Redneck Target Practice

So this is what you do when you live in a town with 500 people…

Location: Myrtlewood, Alabama.

Contributed by Dawn Foster.

Photo by Rob Stone used under a Creative Commons license.

Redneck Ohio Airport and Cow Tipping

The Columbus, Ohio airport has an entire display of merchandise about cow tipping. My favorite are the obnoxious green and yellow “Nothing Tips Like a Cow” t-shirts with an upside down cow in a picture of the state of Ohio.

Location: Columbus, Ohio.

Contributed by Dawn Foster.

Redneck Chrismas Parade Float

Dixie Outfitters big redneck truck float in the Beaufort 2010 Christmas Parade.

Location: Beaufort, SC

Submitted by Dawn Foster.

Photo by Beaufort’s TheDigitel used under a Creative Commons license.

Launching Rednecks in the Wild

Rednecks in the Wild is a website where anyone can submit pictures of homo redneckus aka “rednecks” in their natural habitats.

Here’s how you can participate:

Here are a few of my favorite pictures so far:

Some of you may be wondering how Rednecks in the Wild got started. I grew up in rural Ohio, and I know that there are plenty of funny redneck pictures out there, so I bought this domain over a year ago with the idea of building this website.  This is just a fun little project with no huge grand ambitions, but the hope is that at least a few people will get some enjoyment out of it.

Do you have a funny redneck picture to submit to Rednecks in the Wild?

Redneck Bird Feeders

Here’s one use for all those leftover liquor bottles that I would never have considered!

Photo by Chris Martin used under a Creative Commons license.

Contributed by Dawn Foster.