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You Might Be A Redneck.......
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This is when you know you're in Kentucky!

Granted that Northern Kentucky is more Greater Cincinnati and less hillbilly than even five minutes south of here (if you get on the expressway, you can see the "Florence Y'All" water tower in under 20 seconds), but the people in this group are mostly from areas south of here.

I'm in an online poker group on Facebook where we play through an ap for cash and then pay out when the game ends.

The group I'm in branched off and formed another group where they play for bottles of bourbon!

Tell me that's not the most hillbilly thing ever!

Anybody else have any examples of people being hillbillies where they're from?!
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#2
Bourbon may be made in Kentucky, but it’s far from hillbilly. Now if you said they were playing for jars of moonshine, you might be on to something. Now here in Midwest Ohio, my small little town I grew up in was full of people from Kentucky and West Virginia who came here for work. Those were some rugged stubborn bastards. Never seen so much alcohol consumption and almost any word was fighting words.
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Rednecks and hillbillies aren't the same thing. The redneck zone extends from Western Kentucky to at least Toledo, Ohio... Hillbillies are farther east in Kentucky, West Virginia, and Ohio. They are classier than their redneck cousins, and have contributed more to the arts, and culture.
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#4
This doesnt even register on my hillbilly radar.

One time we ratchet strapped and duct taped a Ford Festiva to the bed of one of our friends truck because he passed out.

That's not even the most hillbilly thing I have ever done let alone the most hillbilly thing I've ever seen.
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Are the Hatfields and McCoys still going on?
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(08-12-2019, 04:00 PM)BFritz21 Wrote: Anybody else have any examples of people being hillbillies where they're from?!


My cousin got married wearing camouflage and had chicken feed on her gift registry.


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(08-14-2019, 01:48 PM)fredtoast Wrote: My cousin got married wearing camouflage and had chicken feed on her gift registry.

There’s a pornhub video idea if I ever heard one.
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That's not the most hillbilly thing ever.
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#9
Corn whiskey is hillbilly, not bourbon.

But it reminded me over when I took my daughter to the Newport aqaruriam for her birthday. We stopped at the build a bear in Florence. She picked out what she wanted and an outfit, no shoes. The girl ringing us up asked where we were from and I told her. Never heard of it.

"Far Western Kentucky. Right between Illinois and tenessee."

"Oh, well it makes sense for the bear not to have shoes, you probably aren't used to them."

And that, folks, sums up Kentucky. Alright people on the ends, morons packed in the middle.
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