How Many Women Does It Take to Change a Redneck?

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Thomas Nelson Incorporated, 2006 - Humor - 147 pages
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Here's a close-up look at the qualities that make the red-neck male special. The book covers all the essentials, including his fashion sense, personal hygiene, choice of automobiles, mating rituals, prowess at entertaining, conversation skills, preferred leisure time activities, eating and drinking habits, and child-rearing expertise.

How many women does it take to change a redneck?

  • Only one, if her aim is good.
  • Depends on how she looks, how much she weighs, and if her family has any property to hunt on.
  • Four'one to hold his beer, two to undo his overalls, and one to pull on a clean pair of under-drawers.
  • Twelve . . . in a jury box.
  • Nobody knows'it's never been done.

Armed with this book, any redneck can learn to conduct himself so that no woman or her mother would ever consider asking him to change.

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Contents

First Impressions
1
Entertaining
65
Dating Outside the Family
79
Weddings
93
Fatherhood
107
Copyright

About the author (2006)

Jeffrey Marvin "Jeff" Foxworthy (born September 6, 1958) is an American stand-up and television personality. He is the best-selling comedy recording artist of all time. His first two albums were each certified 3Śmulti-Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. Foxworthy has also written several books based on his redneck jokes, as well as an autobiography entitled No Shirt, No Shoes... No Problem! He was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and attended Georgia Tech, but did not graduate. In 1995, he starred in The Jeff Foxworthy Show. He is married and has two daughters.

David Boyd is a cartoonist, the job reserved for opinionated people who can't write but have a better than average ability to doodle. His daft pen and keen wit leave no sacred cow standing as he comments about Jeff Foxworthy's rednecks and their glorious lack of sophistication.

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