Skip to comments.Ms. Redneck Alabama
Posted on 07/28/2013 10:26:03 AM PDT by Southern Partisan
Don't know I missed this event.
WOODSTOCK, Alabama - Ms. Redneck Alabama was not your average kind of pageant.
Instead of dresses, contestants showed off cowboy boots and Daisy Dukes. Instead of singing "The Star-Spangled Banner," some of them sang "Country Girl (Shake It for Me)" by Luke Bryan or "Gunpowder and Lead" by Miranda Lambert.
More than 100 people turned out for the event Saturday at the Woodstock Festival Art Center. The event was the first of its kind to be held there, said Shelia Gunter, who helped organize it. The center normally hosts bands and other local artists.
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Would that be bass-ackwards? :-)
Went to a University of Georgia football game. Amazing how the whole city was crawling with ladies in nice dresses and men in suits (regardless of temperature).
The second one from the right (our right) looks like she just stepped off a plane from New York City.
Soooooo, what you’re saying is that was your first football game at a SEC school. That’s typical on a gameday. Baton Rouge is the best.
Yup, and carp is a word.
Tramp Stamps, ick.
OMG!! Whats she drinkin’?
Terrible right? She should be drinking Jack instead of that pirate swill.
Captain Morgan's Spiced Rum!
Captain Morgan’s Spiced Rum! ...Heard the song, don’t know the brand. ‘ Set sail with Capt. Morgan’ ?
I’ll change my name to Morgan and put a little Captain in ‘em.
You shouldn’t have used “little” in your post. :)
If it were bigger, I’d be in Congress... or in porn... sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference.
Better perks in Congress. You can do insider trading legally...plus free sluts.
Yeah, and this proud papa has a daughter getting her PhD there.
Sorry, couldn’t resist!
I agree. I wish that fad would go away. God made young people so beautiful. Marring themselves with tattoos is like taking a Sharpie and drawing a mustache on the Mona Lisa.
Just my opinion.
That was also part of my response. But, limited piercings and weird hair are minor and they heal up. Tattoos are a different story.
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