A Hilarious Look At The 10 Most Redneck Cities In Louisiana


A video summary of the places in Louisiana that are perfect for a redneck to call home.

Is there anything really wrong with being called a redneck?
Typical redneck stereotypes includes uneducated people who work blue collar jobs. We also measured how many places in Louisiana have the most gun stores, fishing shops, tobacco outlets, dive bars and Walmarts.
The result? The 10 Most Redneck Cities In Louisiana. Enjoy.


After you’re done with this video, you should click and watch this hilarious video of Californians trying out Louisiana food for the first time. Their reactions are priceless!

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5 thoughts on “A Hilarious Look At The 10 Most Redneck Cities In Louisiana

  1. you only have 2 towns above Alexandria, you need to travel more north and what real redneck is in places like Winnfield, Ruston, Dodson, etc. your video is more like 10 most coon ass towns, what a joke

  2. You can take out alexandria, and WM out of that list. More ghetto than anything. And you know that you aren’t from LA when you mispronounce Quachita

  3. Just wanted to clarify, Ouachita, is pronounced, Wash- a- taw. It’s important to us around the area of the Ouachita River to hear it pronounced correct. We all know ( or think we know when the narrator doesn’t know what he’s talking about when the call it theO- Chita and not the Wash-a-taw thanks we love your videos!

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