[Are you a wealthy and successful suit-and-tie yuppie
businessman who has always had a secret dream that you would one day become a
redneck? Have you always wanted to be a Bubba, but didn’t know how? Well, now
you can! Just follow these instructions. ..]
Purchase the following: one pair of overalls, one pack of chewing tobacco and
six cases of beer. That’s all you will need to start!
Caution: These instructions MUST be followed in your BUSINESS OFFICE.
1) You are a dignified, well-groomed yuppie executive; therefore, as you read
this, it is assumed you are wearing a pair of well-polished $800 Brooks Brothers
black dress shoes and silk socks, a $2,000 pinstriped Armani business suit
tailored for you, a $150 silk necktie with matching pocket square and
suspenders, a starched white shirt, monogrammed cufflinks, silver tiepin and a
Rolex as you read this. FIRST, untie and remove fancy shoes. Peel off socks. DO
THIS NOW! Be warned: these shoes and socks have been vital to your identity
until now, so don’t deceive yourself. They MUST be removed to move forward into
the wonderful new world that awaits you.
Note: This will also work with Johnston & Murphy wingtips or those Italian
loafers with those little tassels on them.
2) Stuff socks in shiny shoes and drop in garbage can.
3) *URGENT* Do not, under any circumstances, put shoes back on. You MUST remain
barefoot. If you fail, return to step one. This will take discipline! This is
where most would-be Bubbas fail! You will be tempted to put them back on -
4) Prop bare feet on desk, with soles facing open office door. Do NOT remove,
even when co-workers, clients and/or boss enter office. Remove cufflinks and
scratch soles of feet with them when others enter office and during office
conference. Put cufflinks back on. Use necktie to wipe nose. Use tiepin and/or
collar stud to clean toenails. Put tiepin or collar stud back in tie or shirt.
Eat lunch with knife only. Wipe dirty knife on suit.
5) Open can of beer. Drink rapidly and belch loudly. Dribble on business suit.
Discarded dress socks may be used to wipe mouth.
6) Place tobacco in mouth. Practice spitting stream of tobacco juice on to
computer screen or on polished office floor or in the cuffs of the trousers of
your pinstriped suit or those Brooks Brothers shoes.
Note: This is the ONLY time when you may retrieve shoes from garbage! See step
7) Remove necktie, cufflinks, pocket square, tiepin, suspenders and Rolex. Drop
all items in garbage can.
8) Strip off expensive business suit, starched shirt and designer underwear.
Toss in garbage can. Add briefcase, cell phone and daytimer. Cut up credit cards
and throw away wallet.
9) Put on overalls.
10) Cancel subscriptions to Wall Street Journal and New York Times. Have cable
11) If you have not already been fired, quit high-paying job and stop working
altogether. Alternative: become a garbageman or janitor or sling hash in a
12) Make appointment with dentist. Have front teeth removed.
13) Make appointment with surgeon. Have all hair on top of head removed through
electrolysis. Let hair grow on sides and back.
14) Shave ONLY twice a week. Be careful to leave stubble at all times.
15) Bathe twice a week.
intensive redneck language course. Do not use more than five words in
a sentence. Drop all “NG” endings from words - “havin” instead of “having”.
Learn to yelp and woop and holler.
17) Sell Porsche.
18) Buy used pickup.
19) Sell condo.
20) Buy shotgun rack.
21) Give or throw away all remaining business suits, ties, shoes, socks, shirts
22) Sell stocks and bonds and give all proceeds from these and sale of car and
home to redneck charity. You will not need money.
23) Watch NASCAR and pro-wrestling every day. Do NOT miss episodes.
24) Find wrecked car and leave in front of shack.
25) Have name changed legally from “Mark”, “Andrew”, or “Kevin” to “Bubba”,
“Jethro” or “Cletus”.
Congratulations! You, sir are now the Redneck you have dreamed of becoming! Satisfaction Guaranteed!
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