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


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

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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 York have the most gun stores, fishing shops, tobacco outlets, dive bars and Walmarts.

The result? The 10 Most Redneck Cities In New York. Enjoy.

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6 thoughts on “A Hilarious Look At The 10 Most Redneck Cities In New York

  1. I think you are using the prison population in your assessment. You may want to check your facts.

  2. EHHHHHHHH????? Y’all forgot Wellsville, NY from the most redneck county in WNY, Allegany Co. There, folks get in trouble for beastiality and raping 75 year old women. And don’t forget the Genesee River, the skidmark that goes right down the middle. Oh, and for something to do, or to even visit the closest Walfart, ya gotta’ goto Hornell, or even the bigger schytt hole of Olean. And, Wellsville, NY is just 10 miles north of the border with Pennsyl-tucky. No, not Pennsylvania, but Pennsyl-tucky. Go there, and find out why. Oh!!! And don’t forget to search for that Youtube VID of The Shopping Carts Of Wellsville, NY! That VID in itself should be the very reason that Wellsville, NY should be #1 on your Redneck NY State list. Don’t forget to bring a CB radio with ya!

  3. Offensive. You say redneck, I say not city slobs. We know where are food comes from, live close to the land and do not take it for granted. Come to think of it, keep calling us rednecks, so you don’t move here. Fuck you.
    Steve

  4. I do have to say, one big things about rural NYS that I miss is the geography. NY is indeed a very scenic state, but you can’t tell that to anyone who’s never been there, except the truckers. They get it! The rest of the world believes that NY is all NYC, concrete and pavements. Despite my satires about the people, the taxes, the laws, and those brutal winters, living and working in WNY most of my life taught me not to be a flatlander. Unfortunately, that alone was not enough reason to keep me up there.

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