Redneck Quotes

Quotes tagged as "redneck" (showing 1-18 of 18)
Kenny Chesney
“Southern girls are God's gift to the entire male population. There is absolutely no woman finer than one raised below the mason-dixon line and once you go southern may the good Lord help you - you never go back”
Kenny Chesney

Chase Brooks
“Sure, some find gunning down unsuspecting, innocent animals to be a real hoot. I mean, for Christ sake, they mantle the decapitated, formaldehyde-stuffed heads on the wall. Then, of course, there are the people who enjoy putting sunglasses or hats on it, even putting a blowout in its mouth as if it were an avid party animal. If it had any hands, there would surely be a plastic cup full of cheap beer in it, as well. We can’t forget that it would be named some horrendous name, such as Bill or Frank, something so plain, ordinary, and down-right ridiculous that makes me want to bitch-slap the perpetrators. ”
Chase Brooks

Jeff Foxworthy
“If you think the last four words to the national anthem are " gentleman, start your engines", You might be a redneck.”
Jeff Foxworthy

Jeff Foxworthy
“If you ahve ever unloaded your pickup by backing up really fast and slamming on the brakes, you might be a redneck.”
Jeff Foxworthy

Ransom Riggs
“I emerged into the sticky-hot evening to find Ricky smoking on the hood of his battered car. Something about his mud-encrusted boots and the way he let smoke curl from his lips and how the sinking sun lit his green hair reminded me of a punk, redneck James Dean. He was all of those things, a bizarre cross-pollination of subcultures possible only in South Florida.”
Ransom Riggs, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Barbara Kingsolver
“Let's all sing the redneck national anthem: Settle for what you can get.”
Barbara Kingsolver, Flight Behavior

Cole Alpaugh
“I believe a family just isn’t complete without skeletons. My dearest momma clean bit off my daddy’s nose right around the time they divorced.”
Cole Alpaugh, The Spy's Little Zonbi

Cole Alpaugh
“Whenever I’d get howlin’ over something, he’d grab my ass up from wherever I was and head straight for the john. Momma said my head would get banged up along the way, but she said it
was probably bein’ dunked under water that made me stupid.”
Cole Alpaugh, The Spy's Little Zonbi

A. Violet End
“Well, fella, as much as I’d like to stick something up your ass, it ain’t gonna be my finger or anything else on my body—sorry to disappoint.”
A. Violet End, The Billionaire Who Atoned to Me

Jim Goad
“Under the Roman Empire, barbarians were the rural trash of their day. The word "pagan" is derived from the Latin pagus, meaning "country", and Romans used it disparagingly to describe country dwellers. Likewise, "heathen" originally meant those rural types who lived under cover of the heath. Both "pagan" and "heathen" are thus ancient verbal ancestors of "hillbilly.”
Jim Goad

Sol Luckman
“Finally, we entered Chetaube County, my imaginary birthplace, where the names of the little winding roads and minuscule mountain communities never failed to inspire me: Yardscrabble, Big Log, Upper, Middle and Lower Pigsty, Chicken Scratch, Cooterville, Felchville, Dust Rag, Dough Bag, Uranus Ridge, Big Bottom, Hooter Holler, Quickskillet, Buck Wallow, Possum Strut ... We always say a picture speaks a thousand words, but isn’t the opposite equally true?”
Sol Luckman, Beginner's Luke

Sol Luckman
“True, beneath the human façade, I was an interloper, an alien whose ship had crashed beyond hope of repair in the backwoods of Southern Appalachia—but at least I’d learned to walk and talk enough like the locals to be rejected as one of their own.”
Sol Luckman, Beginner's Luke

“She lives in a town of sorry history,
indifferent to ethical perspectives,
apathetic to female attributes,
cargo and trunk liners,
spilled oil in the garage,
telephone poles shaped like liquor bottles,
sustaining burly weather,
cardiac distressing cold,
tobacco and mortality,
lying face-up on the bar’s concrete floor,
no one can waste a life
faster than a Montana redneck.”
Brian D'Ambrosio, Fresh Oil and Loose Gravel: Road Poetry by Brian D'Ambrosio 1998-2008

A. Violet End
“You think all I can do is frog legs? I got Legs on my mind, alright, but yours. I’ll do whatever it takes the save the ass on top of ‘em and everything else, you hear me?”
A. Violet End, The Billionaire Who Atoned to Me

“if its brown its down”
Zachary Hanlon

Starley Ard
“I had a dream that I lost my teeth and when I woke up they were all still in my mouth, thank God that I am not a Hill Billy after all.”
Starley Ard, Dreaming is for lovers

Bryant A. Loney
“How many of you were born in Oklahoma? Yeah, never raise your hand to a question like that again. We’re the mecca of beer-drinkin’ rednecks.”
Bryant A. Loney, To Hear The Ocean Sigh

Rachel Caine
“Get in here and make me some dinner—now, woman."
"News flash, Michael, you're supposed to be evil, not redneck!”
Rachel Caine, Midnight Alley