The oldest and most traditional of all Redneck games. The heavy-weight division is most popular, as contestants try to skip bricks.
Originated by an ancient Redneck trying to clean his yard. A great fling is not only a beautiful thing to watch, but often it is accompanied by the exciting sound of something breaking.
Not the most popular sport because most Rednecks agree that, "If you can't afford a motor, you can't afford a boat."
This sport is a Redneck favorite, since they all own numerous sets of jumper cables and all their vehicles have dead or dying batteries.
The good ones can bring a sow into Times Square using only their voice.
We're not talking about anything as sissy as following a blood trail. A good tracker can trail a grasshopper down the interstate. A favorite put down in this sport is, "You couldn't track a slug across a sheet of glass."
Who can run the farthest through a cow pasture without stepping in "you know what." A real exciting game when played at night with flashlights.
Bush Hogging For Distance
Put her in drive and hold on tight! A blatant disregard for personal property is an essential for this game.
Originated at night on construction sites by people looking to enlarge their homes at budget prices.