A Hilarious Look At The 10 Most Redneck Cities In Oregon

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

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

  1. You know you belong in Redneckville when you can’t pronounce Prineville and Umatilla. It’s not Pin-ville. And know your Native American pronunciations–clearly you must be from New York City.

  2. You might be an uneducated Oregonian if you can’t pronounce half of the cities you make a video of .

  3. I’m confused as to why someone who cannot even pronounce the NAMES of most of these places properly would bother making a video???

  4. This is guy is a moron! Talk about someone who hasn’t finished school! Writing 101 research what you are writing my advice stay out of Oregon!

  5. Also, The Dalles is NOT west of Salem on highway 22. However Dalles is. Which town are you talking about? This whole thing just makes the author look silly.

  6. So communities that enjoy outdoor activities ie: shooting sports, fishing, camping – as well as having groupsof people who prefer not wasting money buying the exact same made in china merchandise higher prixed chain stores sell (hence Wal Mart being located in said town), as well as having the ability to acquire adult products (booze and tobacco) makes them “redneck” -alrighty then You make being redneck sound like a bad thing – guess you are one of those limp wristed metrosexual “men” who are afraid of getting dirt under their finger nails, cannot change their own flat tires, and cannot fathom being more than a block from a trendy bistro or Starbucks. But thats fine – our Redneck asses will sip on our Dutch Bros. coffee, while driving to the hills, lakes, or mountains to go get dirty and catch some fish or shoot an animal (which we will then butcher and feed our families with) while enjoying the bounty and beauty God gifted to us. Please, stay home in your Upper East side apartment with the million other clueless ‘enlightened’ city dwellers. You wouldn’t fit in out here and you would just be in the way. And in the future if you want to make fun of a place or its’ inhabitants educate yourself, lest you sound even more like the clueless ninny you seem to be. Cheers from a proud Oregonian red neck.

  7. Do u know how 2 tell difference between redneck and hillbilly?
    U can’t
    ;);) I could think of worse things 2 B….

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