A Hilarious Look At The 10 Most Redneck Cities In New Jersey

A video summary of the places in New Jersey 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 New Jersey have the most gun stores, fishing shops, tobacco outlets, dive bars and Walmarts.
The result? The 10 Most Redneck Cities In New Jersey. Enjoy.

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

  1. I moved from South Jersey to the boonies in Tennessee. Stop down here sometime and you’ll think the boonies in NJ are cities. LOL.

    1. Kinda funny my name is John as well I moved from south jersey tuckerton to be exact to south central Kentucky just 10 miles from tenn in the boonies

  2. A Thunderbolt for life. I live Kennett Sq. PA which is a beautiful place. Every time I go to back to Millville, it’s still home.

    1. I agree! I am from millville myself and it will always be my hometown even thou i don’t live there anymore. It’s where i am from. Loud and proud a millbilly for life .lol

  3. I was born and raised in Millville. No longer live there but it will forever be my hometown! Go MillBillies!

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