Wednesday, January 26, 2011

New Advances in Redneck Technology

Actually some of these are quiet ingenious.

Okay! Some of these are pretty good.

Alright! Alright! They are dumb as hell. Shut it!






















Let's see you come up with a better mouse trap!

11 comments:

Snuggle Wasteland said...

My friend used to be married to a chicken farmer. He had lots of fixes like these. Wish I had a picture of his "outhouse". It was a hollowed out tree stump with a toilet seat attached to it. There was even a roll of tp hanging from a little branch.

middle child said...

Very funny! The latch on the 1st picture is the same one we have on our gate. I was almost afraid to view the rest of the pictures! I kinda feel like I want to try some of these.

Dazee Dreamer said...

Those were truly awesome. and scary that some people have really done that

GunDiva said...

I have to tell you, I've loving the portable toilet out of the plastic chair :)

myevil3yearold said...

I am ashamed to say that when I was a teenager I actually did one of those. The screwdriver holding the headlight up. It was dark and I had to get home! It was an old vette and the head light wouldn't stay up!

Don't judge me

Coffeypot said...

Snuggle, Genius! I just hope it wasn't in the front yard.

Middle, go for it. Some are pretty clever and cheap to make.

Dazee, yep! Us rednecks are pretty ingenious.

Guns,we be clever like that.

ME3YO, Good for you. Don't apologize for being creative. It worked…and how in the hell did you afford a vet? You a rich bitch or something?

Mike Golch said...

well I've seen worse.

Lickety Splitter said...

Hello there my fellow rowdy friend!

I love that off the cuff / down and out technology. Ingeniously funny!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Good ole American ingenuity.

The Minute Man's Wife said...

I agree with GunDiva that porta potty was the best!! Thanks for all the smiles you bring Coffeypot!!

Venom said...

No kidding around, I see homebuilt wagons with ripped out car seats instead of benches being pulled by horses EVERY year around here (on the Children's Wish Rides & such).