Rednecks are a very special breed of individual and a redneck party reflects this. Strongly loyal to their friends, and kinfolk, Rednecks love a good get together.
They generally group together in back yards but it is not unusual to see the whole lot of them at the local dance hall. They cut loose, dance almost every dance, and huddle in groups to gossip with those who are closest to them. Rednecks are folks who love to host a good party as much as they enjoy attending one.
So why are there so many Redneck parties? Well that is a simple question to answer. These frequent Redneck get-togethers give these simple country folks the perfect opportunity to hash out the day’s events, brag about their latest acquisitions, and an opportunity to catch up on the latest news floating around town. Not to focus on the fact that these parties are also a pretty good opportunity to get a little help with the old clunker, down a few buds, and hoot it up with a little music.
If You Catch it We'll Cook it Redneck Party Theme
Call it a hunter's catch party, a roadkill party, or an after the big fishing trip roundup, but this Redneck theme party is exactly what it's name implies. If you caught it - we'll cook it.
Guests are invited to bring along any food that has somehow managed to unwittingly fall into their hands. This includes fish, deer, moose, squirrel, gopher, and any other type of road kill that you have managed to drag off to the side of the road.
If what you hit was large and you cannot attend the party because you are spending the evening at your local hospital, don't worry, we'll understand.
It's Always Nice When Supper Gets Delivered to Your Front Door
In my town they are known as urban deer because these whitetail nip on your flowers and nap on your lawn. Some folks refer to them as take out food because these whitetail deer saunter right up to your front door.
In Montana it is Now Legal For You to Nab Roadkill for Supper
If it ain't squashed too bad then it really is a crime to let good meat go to waste. Pick out the pebbles and prepare to dine on some good old country style roadkill.
Redneck's know that it would be a shame to let good food go to waste. Just be sure to check your area's roadkill regulations first or you could wind with a hefty fine.
Yeah, they do actually have roadkill regulations that you have to follow and it is very important to check out the government rules for your neck of the woods cause it really is a gosh awful thing to go down on a meat rap.
For those who live in Montana though there is some good news as the local government has seen fit to make grabbing a free meal on the road a little bit easier. They have loosened their roadkill restrictions. Enjoy.
Food Always Tastes Best When You Catch it Yourself
Just Have Plenty of Food and Drink Cause That's What Matters
No matter what the theme of the Redneck party is you can bet that there is going to be plenty of food. This is part of the backwoods country attitude that Rednecks have inherited from their ancestors. You never want a friend or relative to go hungry so you pull out enough food to insure that they go home satisfied.
Country folks know that some people are just too proud to ask for something essential when they need it so they make sure that they don't ever have to. Country folks take care of each other.
Hamburgers, hotdogs, potatoes, and boiled corn are standard summertime fare for outdoor activities. A nice juicy deer, beef or moose steak also tends to cross the barbecue on a fairly regular basis too.
A Good Old Fashioned Redneck Theme Keg Party
Yep, they are known to tip back one or two on a special occasion. A Redneck keg party is pretty easy to envision. Someone contributes a keg to be opened on the day of the event. Everyone else gathers into the contributors backyard to consume it.
There is usually plenty of food, music, and more than a few people staying over for the night. Yep, pretty simple concept behind this type of party.
Want to class things up a bit you can have a redneck wine tasting party. The rules of this party are also pretty darn simple. Bring along your finest screw top, boxed, or home made wine, and your tent (Cause you just know that somebody is gonna be incapable of walking by the end of the evening.)
Pull out the dixie cups and it is time to sample the sweet fruit of the vine. Usually by the end of the evening there will be some kind of a sing-a-long going on. There will be a guitar or two, and a few folks playing the spoons...and of course Uncle Bo stumbling around trying to find his way to the tent.
A redneck lifestyle is deeply steeped in tradition and old country principles. Getting out and away from it all is often the way that they relax. So pack up the family and head on off for a little backwoods picnic.
Whether you are having a private party for two (Like my niece and her husband are enjoying in this picture), or inviting over a whole crew to jump in and cool off, this tarp in the bed of the old pick-up truck is the perfect pool for your party. You can set this swimming pool up any place, or any time, and without it costing you an arm and a leg to pay for. Just back up the old Chevy (or Ford), pop in your best tarp, and hook up the old garden hose. Then grab a case of Bud and jump in.
A Backyard Barbecue Redneck Style?
Rednecks love an open bonfire, but every now and then, a great barbecue is just as appreciated. Usually held in the backyard the relatives and close friends gather to sip ice cold beer and discuss the local going ons in town.
They usually tinker a bit with each others clunkers at the same time, after all two heads are better than one when it comes to figuring something out.
Redneck barbecue food usually consists of a ton of hamburgers, hotdogs, steaks, baked potatoes, and fresh corn on the cob. Of course, every now and then someone drags over a really good potato salad or a watermelon to add into the feast. There is never a chance that anyone is going to go home hungry. A true Redneck makes sure of that.
Here are a Few Redneck Games to Play at Your Event
Pitch a Tent and Stay Awhile
No Country Gathering is Complete Without a Half Dozen Kids and a Couple of Dogs in Attendance
Rednecks Enjoy Getting Together with Friends and Family
Rednecks really do enjoy the companionship of their friends and family. Redneck just naturally seem to enjoy a good party and there is a perfectly logical reason for their rowdy Redneck lifestyle. It's in their heritage.
Rednecks are known to be hard workers, but when they have the opportunity to relax they like to kick back and enjoy the company of their friends and family.
The truth of the matter is that Rednecks seem to party just a wee bit more frequently than other people do and they would not change this lifestyle for any amount of money.
A true Redneck won't allow a friend or relative to be lonely during the holidays. Nor will a Redneck let a friend go home without the fixings of a good hearty meal in their belly and something strong to toast the season with glowing warmly from inside.
During the holidays there is no better friend to have than a Redneck. Strongly loyal to those who are loyal to them, Rednecks just naturally tend to share the holiday season toasting, and giving thanks for all the friends which they are blessed to have.
Play Safe! Never let Visiting Friends or Kinfolk Drink and Drive
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