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When the question what consitutes a redneck is asked the variety of answers is astonishing People think of rednecks as drunkards racist trashy or even Monticello people I have lived in Monticello for sixteen years and even though most people are rednecks not all We chose Monticello to do our research because it was exactlly the atmosphere we were looking for In order to be a redneck here there are a few traits you must have such as a big truck love the rebel flag and dress the right way A big truck doesnt necessarily mean a nice truck Most guys around here drive old ragged broke down trucks The most common truck would be an older F-150s a Chevy Z-71 or a Toyota Tacoma Most trucks will also have four wheel drive this comes in handy when you go muddin and get stuck Many of the newer nicer trucks have bigger tires dual exhaust a brush guard and a lift kit In Monticello you are identified by your truck Everyone knows who everybody else is by what they drive Most rednecks are seen as racist and prejudice against african americans People think this because rednecks are known for their love of the confederate flag The confederate flag is a sign of heritage in the south It stands for what we are and where we come from On our survey of fiftty people 73 percent agreed that the confederate flag was a sign of heritage and not hate Another trait that constitutes being a redneck would be the way that you dress Rednecks can be identified by their tight wrangler jeans Dixie Outfitter shirts usually sporting a hutin fishin muddin logo boots and a cowboy hat The majority of rednecks will drink usually Natural nasty light or Bud Light They also smoke or dip usually Marlboro reds or lights and Copenhagen Most people wonder what on earth is there to do in such
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