Sunday, July 3, 2011

Have You Ever Had Beer For Breakfast ? OR Pull !


Let's have some Redneck fun!
There is a longer version, but it didn't allow for embedding.
Longer Version : http://youtu.be/4_t5Z-YjwEs

20 comments:

  1. As to answer your title question's, yes and yes when camping that is but he pull was with clay pigeons not humans,,yet.

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  2. When I was young and dumb..I tried to be unarmed though.

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  3. Christopher, you just can't beat beer and paint ball.

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  4. Randy,,,Are you saying that you tried to be unarmed when drinking beer for breakfast? If so it is a good idea.

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  5. The last time I had beer for breakfast was the last time we drove down to Gainesville for the GatorNationals. Get there about 6:00 AM, park, and open the cooler. You can't take beer inside the raceway, so drink it in the parking lot. Beer and drag racing just seem to go together.

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  6. I never realized that the man who starred in Jackass had gone to official Clown School. These are professional pratfalls, and who am I to criticize the art.

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  7. Christopher, leave the guy alone. You just can't be a proper redneck if you can't enjoy both at the same time.

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  8. Opie, you are really brightening your horizons ... Art?

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  9. I was usually never armed until lunchtime, well after my first six pack of quarts...

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  10. I have had beer for breakfast, but some people maintain that it's not JUST for breakfast anymore. I've never done that with a paintball gun, but I'm willing to try.

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  11. I can't believe they got a Redneck man to glue feathers on.

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  12. LL, do you mean dressed in feathers or shooting the paint ball gun?

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  13. Paintball looks like fun. It would be fun to shoot at a moving target.

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  14. Teresa, that bird is definitely moving.

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  15. Reminds me of drinking, highwall diving, and some very cold murky water at the bottom of a lake--with some tangled cable at my feet. Those were the days!

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