Liberal Redneck On Trans Bathrooms [VIDEO]

There’s so many great lines in this short clip and I’m not going to give any of them away with a recap. Just watch this. Language warning for those at work.

  • Jason Lin

    I saw this on facebook earlier. So weird to see a redneck rant on Facebook that I agree with so damn much.

    Him being shirtless doesn’t hurt either.

    • BobSF_94117

      Someone needs to provide him with a longer selfie stick.

      • Cuberly

        (gasp) Size queen!

        (he he he he…)

    • Jason Lin

      BTW, if anyone wants to follow the guy-

      He has more videos there. πŸ˜‰

      • D. J.

        On YouTube, too…

      • Need to space guy- off.

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  • “Homos, algebra, shit like that.”

    • S1AMER

      Great line. Poetry, almost!

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    • swirl

      I was watching the video while eating and when he said that, I almost choked.

    • vorpal

      I love homos and algebra, especially together.

      • wineflask

        Commutative or noncommutative algebra?

        • Keiffer

          Certainly with associative and distributive properties applied

        • radiofreerome

          SO(3) isn’t commutative;. Gay sex involves non-commutative algebra, if you’re doin’ it right.

          • vorpal

            Okay, I ROFLed :-).

        • vorpal

          I’m commutative myself, but I’m perfectly willing to work with noncommutative types, too :-).

          Unfortunately, lately my algebraic adventures have been limited to the trivial algebra :(.

          • TampaZeke


          • BeaverTales

            Are you one-to-one? Or onto?

          • TampaZeke

            I’m a gazintas man.

          • BeaverTales

            (Pinches/twists nipples and uses best smouldering husky 1970s “Dating Game” Game Show voice)

            Hi there Contestant#1:If you were a traveling salesman and/or an algebra, would you wanna “Lie” with me? or “Lay” with me? Why or why not?
            So, Contestant#2: Are you P?….or NP?
            Well Contestant#3:”Honey, I’ve been looking for a Real Prime, but I just keep coming up with a whole lot of zeros. If I were a function <> umm, what function would I be???

          • vorpal

            If foreplay was your intention, I grant you an A+.

            1. Lie, obviously.

            2. I think my past partners would say that I am NPC. I dare you to probe my “problem” for an algorithm!

            3. Phi on you, handsome :-).

          • BeaverTales

            My answers would be:
            1. Why not both?
            2. I don’t think there’s a difference, but if there is, I’m NP-Hard
            3. Riemann Zeta

            You’d still pass. πŸ™‚

      • I don’t think – insert peg y into slot x – counts as algebra.

        • MT YVR

          The permutations with three individuals, is that algebra?

          It’s 6. By the way. Not that I counted. Ever. Or.. um.. needed to count. Yeeeeaah… I’mma just leave now.

          • Shooey! That there sounds like geeeomatry to me. Take pics!

          • Lynn

            These comments were hysterical. Thanks for the laughs guys!

        • vorpal

          I’m partial to studying modules in ring theory, but I’m not adverse to group theory, either ;-).

      • Mister Don

        Subtract the clothes, divide the legs, and add the bed?

    • perversatile

      My Daddy always use to say, “Two of the scariest things in the world is a woman that know how to hold a grudge, and a educated redneck”

      • greenmanTN

        And don’t ever doubt it!

        OK, so I’m exchanging emails with this guy and I said something offhand about a mystery/thriller I was reading.

        was his response: “I only watch foreign and independent films; seldom
        domestics! I am reading (slowly) the 100 best books ever written off the
        NY times list.” Which I thought was a rather snotty reply.

        Oh no, that was not going to pass without comment!

        response: “I’m definitely not reading ‘The Great Books,’ but I read more
        in a month than most people do in a year. To me, reading is really
        rewarding, you learn a lot from it even if the books aren’t from the
        official canon of great novels.

        Entire weeks go by without me
        watching a single minute of television, so I don’t feel ashamed that
        when I do read or watch TV or movies it’s sometimes total mind-candy. I like what I like and I don’t apologize for it.”

        Ummmm, I suppose at this point it would be superfluous to say that even though I’m a Southerner who lives in a small town, I can be smart, funny, kind, and generous, but you don’t want to fuck with me! πŸ˜‰ I may have a Southern accent, but I sure as hell ain’t stupid!

        • Steve Teeter

          I was born and raised in California, and moved to New Orleans to work at a museum where I gave a lot of public presentations. So after a few years here I sorta caught myself by surprise the first time I used “y’all” correctly.

          • greenmanTN

            “Y’all” is another good one, so no harm, no foul! I also sometimes say “y’all.” To me there is a difference between between professional speech and more relaxed, colloquial speech, but sometimes they can bleed together! I figure that so long as you know what you’re talking about it isn’t that huge a deal.

            But no matter whether you’re Southern or not, no peanuts in Coke! That shit is nasty! πŸ˜‰

        • perversatile

          ” Children don’t grow up right with out bed time stories.
          A child who loves to read, is a child that can sit down quietly for 10 minutes, and have a little break from the obligatory screaming at the top of your lungs, getting stuck in a tree, eating bugs, putting pants on the dog, poison ivy, and sticking jelly beans up your nose. If your child’s very first experience with a book is sitting on a stack off ’em, to be tall enough to eat at the table, well, I’m gonna just stop right there, I don’t wanna have to talk ugly about anyone’s parenting skills” -My Aunt Tine

          • greenmanTN

            I would have to say that one of the best things my mother did was to read to me. But finding my dad’s porn magazines was a close second! πŸ˜‰

          • perversatile
          • greenmanTN

            “And then I stepped on the Ping-Pong ball! It was ghastly!”
            I do hope Bunny Bixler recovered! πŸ˜‰

          • perversatile

            -and things like, when is Pola Negri’s birthday?

          • greenmanTN

            Oh, c’mon! I know who Pola Negri is but her BIRTHDAY?! How about a softball question about the films of Louise Brooks?!

            Here’s one for payback! Louise Brooks was born in Cherryville Kansas. What other famous person was born there? Hmm?

          • perversatile

            Charles Lindbergh’s bastard child, born of an overly enthusiastic, underage fan, who just happened to be the mayors daughter?
            Poli Negri’s B-day was offered as example of a very special kind of capacity for trivia, not as a challenge. This however, is a very good question.
            What was Sissy Spacek’s very first film?

          • greenmanTN

            BZZZZZZT! The correct answer was Vivian Vance! πŸ˜‰

            My head may be filled with trivia but, much like me, it only goes so deep!

          • perversatile

            William Frawley was such a rat fucker -where did he die?

          • greenmanTN

            If Vivian Vance had her way, in a ditch somewhere! πŸ˜‰

          • perversatile

            Some say he suicided in a dingy apartment over a saloon on Hollywood Blvd, some say he had an heart attack and dropped dead on Hollywood Blvd.

          • Christopher Smith

            The least talented AND ugliest of that show’s four stars….

      • greenmanTN

        Sometimes, to be a gay man in the south, you have to be just as smart and twice as mean. You can either whine about it or develop a pretty thick skin. You have to learn how to stand up for yourself, but I guess that’s the same no matter you live.

  • Mark

    More! More! More!

  • Jay George

    Thank you liberal redneck man! >hug<

  • EdmondWherever

    Is it shallow of me to say “yum”?

    • another_steve

      Not at all.

      I like his accent too.

    • That_Looks_Delicious

      I thought it would have been even better if the camera had panned further down.

    • james_from_cambridge

      Less shallow then me because I said “yummy yum yum”.

    • Steverino

      Give me… Give me… Give me a redneck boy…
      : )

      • Christopher

        To the tune of “Gimme, Gimme, Gimme” by ABBA!

  • He has a rant about the Tennessee Legislature trying to make the bible the state book, too.

    Worth watching.

    • Gustav2
      • another_steve

        LOVE how he pronounces “bill” b-e-i-l-l.

      • Herald

        Love that “you’ns don’t read!”

        • Jay George

          Just stating a fact. πŸ˜‰

      • Jay George

        LOL! LOL! LOL! This borders on genius. Here in the south we walk around afraid to say what we think because these a-holes are packing heat. Not to mention we could risk our jobs or places in the community if we profess anything but Jesus republicanism. More power to this guy.

        • Gustav2

          I know what you mean. I have to check myself when I go out in public in rural Ohio. Our friends and my in-laws are used to me, the general public, not so much.

        • Gustav2

          We went to a nieces wedding in the early Fall of 2008. Sunday we were invited to a family only brunch for both sides, I wore an Obama T-shirt.

          I never saw so much clutching at imaginary pearls.

          • Jay George

            Be careful, you’ll give Aunt Lurleen the vapors! πŸ˜‰

          • Gustav2

            …and Uncle Bob is packing.

          • studd55

            Not to mention Aunt LindsayBelle

          • PickyPecker

            Cousin Luella looks faint.

          • MT YVR

            You can tell what kind of warpath the husband is on when he puts on his t-shirt that reads : In case of emergency, clutch pearls.

            Usually board meetings. πŸ˜‰

            Of course he also has been known to wear : Stop whining, you’re making the cat horny. For the really contentious meetings.

          • marshlc

            that is the funniest thing I think I’ve ever heard.

          • Steve Teeter

            I wanna give my brother to t-shirt that says:

            Don’t fuck with writers.
            We’ll describe you.

          • MT YVR

            Tuckerization. I’ve written a few people to untimely deaths. Or extremely embarrassing ones.

            Hell hath no fury like a writer bored.

      • I want to buy him a beer. Or whatever his libation of choice might be.

      • TampaZeke

        The “state’s official shitty tip at Cracker Barrel” line made me spray my sweet tea all over the keyboard!

  • fiizok

    Not only was that a glorious rant, he’s CUTE as can be. Thanks for the smile on my face.

  • bkmn

    If only we could force the morons to watch that video.

    • Why bother? It’s like our redneck friend says… they’re minds are too weak to change, but also too weak to stop the change that’s happening. Just let ’em be scared and annoying while they lose.

  • Good Shot Green

    W O O F. That accent really works on him.

    • another_steve

      My northern ears get an erection just listening to it.

      • Rebecca Gardner

        Gotta admit. His accent got me all tingly in the right places too!

        • another_steve

          Thank you.

          Not really into bondage play, but if he tied me up and yelled at me with that accent, I’d get off on it.

          • William

            Right up until he got to “squeal like a pig”.

  • Paula

    Great!,, you tell’em Jim Bob!

  • Todd

    Now this is a redneck I can get behind.
    Or in front of.
    Or both.

    • Sam_Handwich

      underneath πŸ˜€

  • BearEyes

    great rant
    – and he’s welcome to play my banjo.

  • wandermarket

    Not entirely convinced.

    • studd55


  • Rebecca Gardner
    • Hank

      Towards the end, he says he’s a Daddy!!! Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm!!!

    • olandp

      You-ins don’t read. Shit.


      • TampaZeke

        That’s “y’uns”.

    • TampaZeke

      Holy shit, I just about pissed my pants laughing.

      “If you wanna name the Bible the State’s official “shitty tip to leave at Cracker Barrel on Sunday” or the official “object to throw at a queer’s head”, FINE, but don’t act like y’uns read!”

      It’s even funnier because my liberal husband has a Tobacco Road accent that’s every bit as thick as this little hotty’s.

  • Octavio

    “Y’all ain’t gwine a change. We got that.” Gotta love that. πŸ™‚

  • rabbit_ears

    I love this man! He needs to get elected.

    • Anastasia Beaverhousen

      Elected..oh, I thought you wrote erected.

      • rabbit_ears

        Believe me I’m right there too!

  • swirl

    I hadn’t heard of him until earlier today. He gained a new follower in me.

  • dcurlee

    My new hero

  • RaygunsGoZap


  • BobSF_94117

    Appalachian Trail, here I come!

  • Wynter Marie Starr

    This guy is funny and smart (and cute) I’ve subscribed because his is a voice that is sadly needed in his neck of the woods and I’d like to help him get there.

    • rabbit_ears

      Ditto. His other vid about the bible as the official state book is priceless!

  • witch

    Adore him, potty mouth and all πŸ™‚

    • studd55

      His “potty mouth” is mild compared to professional comedians.

      His was just right and a pleasure to hear for a change.

  • Sounds like my cousins. Well, the accent, not the content.

    • fuzzybits

      Same here.

  • Estrafalario

    His other video about religion is pretty spot-on too. Good up and coming comedian.

  • Fuck yeah.

    Straight rapists don’t put on dresses to go rape women in women’s restrooms. They just hang out outside until they’re pretty sure nobody but their intended victim is inside, then walk right in.

    • MrSkippy

      You mean there’s not a force field keeping straight rapists out of ladie’s bathrooms?

      • Cuberly

        Wait, those international icon’d restroom signs don’t contain high-tech force fields?

    • timncguy

      And, the new HB2 law in NC eliminates the requirement to put on a dress to prey on wimen and girls. Now the predators can just claim to be transgender men who were born wimen and they are REQUIRED to use the wimen’s room. So, no need to buy a dress and wig now !!!

      • Friday

        Uh, no, the HB2 is an *anti-trans* law that criminalizes actual transwomen….. (Or, actually I misread you. The haters have been misgendering trans people right and left out there.) Even a civil rights law doesn’t shield anyone from doing crimes, never mind telling implausible stories. Also that law is against all LGBT civil rights and not a few other rights for anyone anywhere. The concocted ‘bathroom fear’ and trans-bashing is just a distraction for all the rest of what they crammed through in that hate-bill, with trans people as the diversionary target for the haters.

        I’ve already heard mention that a ciswoman was beaten up for being accused of being trans in a bathroom already, for that matter.

        • timncguy

          HB2 REQUIRES all people to use the restroom that matches their birth certificate. It applies to transmen as well as transwomen. Therefore, transmen are legally REQUIRED to use women’s facilities.

          The point I’m making above is about all the anti-trans bigots spreading fear about men dressing up as women and pretending to be trans in order to get into women’s restroom. And, I’m saying with this new law, the predators don’t have to dress up anymore. They could just pretend to be transmen and claim they are REQUIRED by law to use the women’s restroom.

          The ridiculous HB2 law, just made it easier for the predators to get into women’s restrooms.

          The final point being, the scare tactics that are being used by anti-trans bigots are ridiculous. We know people don’t pretend to be transwomen to get into restrooms. But, if they did and these supposed predators are the real problem, then HB2 didn’t do anything to solve that non-existent problem. It only made it easier because the predator isn’t going to need a dress and a wig now.

          • Friday

            Yeah, I misread your sentence up there, I’d put in a correction while you were typing there. Been dealing with a lot of people misgendering transfolk the past few days.

          • timncguy

            No problem. I didn’t mind clarifying to make it easier for everyone to understand.

  • Rebecca Gardner

    This is the heart breaking reality of hate and discrimination. Now I’m all sad. Fucking bigots suck!

    • Cackalaquiano

      This is heartbreaking!

    • kaydenpat


  • Michael Rush

    It took mostly southern states 5 years to adjust to interracial marriage after the Supreme Court ruled on it , settle down children and lets get on with the business of maturing into intelligent adult human beings !

    • Jay George

      I was at Troy State in the late 80s and an interracial couple used to meet behind my apartment building late at night. People were still having to sneak around to be together. Some of these jerks have a very long adjustment period. :p

  • pj

    after all this cruz crap its nice to hear some common sense.

  • Megrim Twist


  • StraightGrandmother

    Doesn’t it make you kind of wonder how he got to be a liberal though?
    I bet he has some post High School education.

    • Sam_Handwich

      i honesty think we’re born this way.

      • MrSkippy

        I wasn’t. I grew up as a conservative. Then I got slapped in the face by reality a few times and found myself slowly becoming liberal.

        I used to be anti-gay rights, pro war, pro death penalty, pro trickle down economics… not particularly religious but all that other shit that makes people total shitheads to hangout with.

        • Cackalaquiano

          Me too. I just adopted the mentality that I grew up around. Then I was finally exposed to different ideas.

      • TuuxKabin

        A combination of the two . . . big brother and the holding company.

    • Jay George

      There are liberals in the south, we’re just very, very quiet about it. πŸ˜‰ I guess he got to be liberal the same way many of us do, IQ, education and exposure to cultures other than our own.

    • Rebecca Gardner

      He’s a liberal because he read books as he talks about in his first video and how all the rednecks made fun of him for reading books when he was growing up.

      My father asked me what made me liberal. I told him I grew up and got an education. If you are curious, ask questions, do not blindly accept what people tell you then you can not possibly be a right winger.

    • Cackalaquiano

      Not every southerner is a religious conservative nut job

      • Steven Leahy

        I can tell you they were as bad or worse in Indiana than they ever were in Texas in my experience.

    • easygoingmister

      I suspect you are right. But I will add …

      I grew up in the southernmost part of the Appalachiansβ€”grandson of a coal miner on one side, and an engineer on the other. I was lucky to get to go to private school and then college (due to my grandmother, who was married to the engineer). One of my cousins, who barely made it out of High School, and has worked as a laborer since, is one of the most gentle and open-minded men I know. I was in tears when I finally told him I was gay because we were so close growing up, and I didn’t want to loose him. His reaction was to get off the tailgate of his truck, hug me (sans bro pats I might add), and ask if I needed another beer.

      Well, don’t know why I had to go and share all that! I guess I wanted people to know that gem of a person existed; however deep in the woods!

      • Jay George

        I swear, and I’ve been around awhile, that the hatred for LGBT people wasn’t always rampant in the south. There was a more…Harper Lee approach to everyone when I was growing up. Sure there were bigots, but not so many and they weren’t so damn loud about it. Most people were the live and let live kind of folks. Granted sexuality wasn’t talked about openly, but people weren’t being frigging persecuted for trying to use the toilet either.

        I think cable television has just ruined people. Fox News and religious snake oil salesmen have a 24 hour platform that didn’t exist before and these talking heads and grifters just keep hate and fear on the front burner all the time. :p

        • easygoingmister

          I agree. On all accounts. I’ll addβ€”the algorithms that serve up what the writers of such think you’ll like or is relevant to you has done a huge disservice to what the Interwebs should be (I’m looking at you Google & Facebook). It should be a gateway to the world, not focused on the 3 feet around a person.

      • TuuxKabin

        I just about could feel that hug. Great feeling! Good for both youse.

      • Christopher Smith

        I am glad you told the story.

    • Bomer

      Born in Arizona raised mostly in Texas and I turned out a liberal. I attribute it largely to my Grandmother who read to us, didn’t talk down to us, taught us not to judge people by their looks, etc., instilled a love of reading good books, and taught us that if we didn’t know something then we should do our best to educate our selves about it to the best of our abilities.

  • edrex

    I really want to hang out with him.

    • Sam_Handwich

      get in line!

  • MSW

    That is one bangable redneck!

    • easygoingmister

      I grew up in Tennessee. There are many of them.

      • Helen Damnation βœ“α΅›α΅‰Κ³αΆ¦αΆ αΆ¦α΅‰α΅ˆ

        My five years in Memphis says you are damn right about this. Many is an understatement. Just don’t tell their momma…

  • Essus

    I have such a hard time listening to that accent.

    • MSW

      Stick your dick in his mouth

    • Mike in Texas

      I suspect the accent has been enhanced for this video..

    • DaddyRay

      Fellow rednecks may actually listen to him since he doesn’t have a yankee accent

      • TuuxKabin

        I could listen to him read the phone book. It’s refreshing to hear someone different, especially when they make sense and shatter a stereo type.

    • studd55

      It’s good to finally hear that accent saying something other than “Praise the Lord”, “Homos”, “Queers”, “The Bible”, “Don’t take my Guns”, “Jesus”, and the rest of the bullshit this perverted southern “tradition” that’s ruining America.

      • Helen Damnation βœ“α΅›α΅‰Κ³αΆ¦αΆ αΆ¦α΅‰α΅ˆ

        Hey, it’s not just a southern “thang”. I hear this ultra-right, hard core fundie bullshit from Yankees (and other assorted folks) as well. It’s the racism, misogyny and homophobia that are ruining America. There are lots of Southerners (such as me, of course) who don’t abide by such bullshit.

    • Cackalaquiano

      Trust me, we have a hard time listening to Yankee accents, so…

      • Essus

        LOL I am Canadian, so I have a hard time listening to Yankee accents as well.
        All kidding aside, I grew up with transplanted Southern wingnut Baptists in the small city I lived in and I associate that type of speech with those dreadful people. I love the content but the accent itself? Ugh.

        • Cackalaquiano

          Canadians don’t have much of an accent imo. Nevertheless, I remember a trip my family took to Toronto when I was little. My father couldn’t understand a word anybody said. He hasn’t left the county much since.

          • Steven Leahy

            Canadians sound IMO very much like northern tier Americans with a few telltale speaking traits in certain words.

          • Reality.Bites

            Depends where in the north. Certainly when you cross the border into northern New York or New England there are differences. I suspect they’re closer the further west you head.

            But regardless of accent, there are tell-tale signs. The way we pronounce pasta. We say Grade 5 (etc) and you say Fifth Grade. Your teachers grade papers and issue grades. Ours mark papers and issue marks.

          • Reality.Bites

            How long ago was it? Now most people in Toronto weren’t born in Canada.

  • Oh he is totally brilliant, and his first video too “Tennessee State Congress Names Holy Bible the State Book”.

  • studd55


    Sent to North Carolina Tourism Agency.

    • LovesIrony

      I’ve been sending them emails each time I hear of a cancellation. Their first response to my talked about how much they value a diversity of opinion and that their spirit was “welcoming” so I say something like “apparently Ringo Starr doesn’t see your spirit as welcoming” and “do you realize you’ve got a problem yet?”

  • easygoingmister

    The only thing I love more about this guy than, well, this guy, is he’s from my home state. And appears to be in my parents backyard down by the lake.

  • Puckfair52


  • bryan

    Over 5 million views on Facebook. A star is born.

    • Helen Damnation βœ“α΅›α΅‰Κ³αΆ¦αΆ αΆ¦α΅‰α΅ˆ

      Over 6.5 million now; that’s 1.5 million in just an hour! He’s definitely pass the nearly famous stage.

      • Steven Leahy

        His up vote % is really high as well, like >98%

        Oh that’s You Tube but oh well πŸ™‚

  • Blake J Butler

    1. bravo for him. 2.guys so fiery about these kinds of issues somehow gets me hot. And lastly Keep it up – from an Arkansas millennial liberal

  • Six Pins Delores

    I have been aquinted with a redneck. He was one of the nicest people I have met

    • TuuxKabin

      I know what you mean. Sweet, tender, generous and all ’round good company. Of course this was out of his element, but still the accent was like a cat purring to me.

      • Six Pins Delores

        It was in a work situation and yeah, he had the purrr and most importantly was a good man who was doing and did well in the world

        • TuuxKabin

          Yep. Sounds familiar.

    • studd55

      Did that aquinting include panting and moaning?

      Whatever you call it, hope it was pleasurable and a good day was had by all!

      • Six Pins Delores

        It is funny. The guy who was least rednecky and seemingly intelligent was someone I wanted to know more of until all of the black folks left the lunch table and he let loose with a racist joking remark, the fckin jerk. Not one hateful thing was heard from the guy I considered a redneck, at least in my presence

  • peacfulseas inWA

    Reminds me of a tamer Cult of Dusty who hasn’t been as active lately.

    • TampaDink

      I thought it was Dusty for a minute….their voices are really similar.

      • Steven Leahy

        Nobody will ever top Dusty, LOL. He’s classic.

        So to speak.

        • Ragnar Lothbrok

          How do you know if Dusty is a Top or not ?


          • TampaDink


        • TampaDink


      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        I want to those 2 to hook up and do the sex at each other.

        • Steven Leahy


        • Steven Leahy

          Usually in those movies I don’t like it when they talk. In this case, I would want them to both talk constantly.

        • TampaDink

          Me too….but only if they post the video online, preferably on a site that offers amateur videos for free.

      • Helen Damnation βœ“α΅›α΅‰Κ³αΆ¦αΆ αΆ¦α΅‰α΅ˆ

        This one is WAY cuter than Dusty…

        • TampaDink

          I think that they are both cute.

  • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

    Stephen Colbert would love him. He should invite him onto his show.

    I’d been wondering the same thing about why the wingnuts don’t care about little boys in bathrooms.

    • Piet

      Loved the line about separate bathrooms for priests.

  • bob

    I’d love to share that on FB because some holy roller relatives are so freaked out over Target, posting that we must boycott ! I’ll continue my own boycotts of chick fil a, hobby lobby, Mississippi , NC and anyone else that pisses me off, but not post it yet. I do block most posts from them and have unfriended some. The silver lining is that their children are wonderful people, and have overcome being raised in such a hateful household.

    • Jay George

      I’ve heard a few “I’ll never shop at Target again!” statements myself. Oh good, I won’t have to run into you then. :p

  • The Milkman

    I want to make out with him and then get him to power wash my house.

  • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

    I thought I spoke decent red neck, but I’m missing a word. What is the blank in this sentence: “Meanwhile, these are the same motherfuckers who put Mountain Dew in sippy cups and beat a _____ on with a wire hanger for standin’ in front of the TV during Dr. Oz”?

    • Reality.Bites


      • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

        Thankyew! I heard sitchero.

        • Reality.Bites

          Well I can’t actually argue with your hearing. If you want to be amused (mildly) turn on the closed captions and read what a hash youtube’s text to speech made of it. Accents can be really hard. When Apple introduced Siri, I tried using the British Siri, with it’s classy accent and male voice, but it couldn’t understand a word I said. And trying to put on an English accent just showed I’m no Meryl Streep.

          • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

            More than mildly. That is hysterical!! “And what about little bowlers?”. People who rely on CC must be saying, “What the fuck?”.

          • Circ09

            I loved all the videos of the Scots trying to get their Siri to understand them. Just another reason for them to hate on the English!

        • William

          Excuse me Stewardess, I speak Redneck.

  • skyweaver

    “Hardly not neyver.”

  • JustSayin’

    See joe posting clips like this makes me hate you. I now have to subscribe to his channel and i have way to much shit to do every day to watch one more fucking youtube channel!

    That said i know a whole lot of louisiana rednecks just like hin. Hell in the SSM marriage debates i knew more of him here in LA supporting SSM than I do gay people out supporting SSM.

    Thanks for the clip…i still hate that i have another time suck on my daily calendar πŸ™‚

    • Helen Damnation βœ“α΅›α΅‰Κ³αΆ¦αΆ αΆ¦α΅‰α΅ˆ

      What part Louisiana you is at? Must be up north, like me?

      • Scott_Lumry

        A whole host of us homos in Natchitoches.

        • TuuxKabin

          What a great name, Natchitoches, sounds like an Aztec god. A Choctaw name?

          • William

            Ask a local to pronounce it, it ain’t the way it’s spelled. The town Nacogdoches, in Texas is pronounced completely different.

          • Steve Teeter

            NACK-u-tush. I was surprised when I found that out.

          • William

            I’ve also heard it pronounced the same as Natchez, the one in Mississippi.

          • Scott_Lumry

            Actually, it is Caddo in origin. With our French and Native American roots, we don’t pronounce anything like it is spelled, and you never know to which letter we are going to assign who’s accent. Locally, we say “Nak-a-tish.”

          • TuuxKabin

            Ok. I like ‘Nak-a-tish’, but with my NY values would probably say “Nak-a-tush.” Or “Lak-a-tush” in the case of not getting ‘any.’

  • Pac

    So right! They don’t seem to be worried which bathroom the Catholic priests are using.

  • MB

    “Wrappin a skirt around his weiner.” (heh-heh)

    Aw shucks, He’s redneck-sorta cute.

  • bambinoitaliano

    That’s an endanger species right there. A liberal redneck. Where can I adopt one?

    • customartist

      I have a feeling that with the advent of the Internet that these types are proliferating

  • Reality.Bites

    Horrible, amateurish camera work.

    It didn’t pan down and show his nipples even once.

  • jimbo65

    I feel a strong urge to sit in his lap. And somehow I think that’d be ok with him. ;p

  • Steven Leahy

    His head bobs and weaves too much when he talks, LOL. And this is only his second video. We’ll see.

    • TuuxKabin

      I like his head movements and the way he shoots his eyes to the side. Expresses a lot imo.

    • chris10858

      It’s a southern thing.. haha

  • TexasBoy

    Homos, algebra, shit like that…LOL

  • I just hate to see a young man damaging his skin with all that sunlight. Could we lower the camera next time, please, so I could compare the exposure levels on his shoulders with his pecs?

  • Steven Leahy

    As someone who has lived in the south and travels there regularly, rednecks are often not bad at all as people. The religious ones are usually far worse.

    • B Snow

      One of the first things I learned after moving to the south is that there are good rednecks and bad rednecks.

      • Steven Leahy

        Yup. Some of the most open minded, fair minded, defenders of justice and LGBT rights I have met were rednecks who looked and sounded like this guy. I have met more than my fair share of Midwestern and Northeastern douchebags with northern accents who were not progressive or accepting by any definition of those words.

  • BostonDotTom

    Bless you, sir. Sometimes I forget there are plenty of southerners on the side of the good guys. The reminder always makes me glad!

  • Tammy Rainey


  • Steven Leahy

    Remember Stone Cold Steve Austin’s words on this too …

  • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

    His name is Trae Crowder.

    • TuuxKabin

      He’s been at a Rocky Top comedy club.

      • David Milley

        He’s mighty cute …

        • TuuxKabin

          A Door Bell.

    • TuuxKabin

      Thank you Yalma! He’s even dreamier in his aviator glasses.

  • Bryan

    Thankfully he has enough sense to shoot the video horizontally instead of vertically.

    • Adam King

      Why doesn’t everybody get this by now? Why? Why? [Runs out of room, bursting into tears.]

      • Reality.Bites

        My question is why do phones allow it? It would be pretty darn simple to have the phone default to shooting landscape regardless of how it’s held. It’s way easier to hold the phone vertically for shooting. They could then have an override setting:

        1. Are you sure you wish to shoot in a way that will not display properly on any monitor, TV or video app?
        2. Do you consent to be mocked and ridiculed by everyone who’s figured out how TV and movies work?
        3. Do you give up the right to be placed in a good retirement home by your still-humiliated and traumatized children in 40 yours.

        • Adam King

          I can’t imagine how I could possibly agree more.

          • Reality.Bites

            Well you could send me money as proof of your commitment

      • houstonray

        A-FREAKIN-MEN! I hate when there is some huge news story and they cut to some video just coming in and it’s the horrible vertical hard to see video.

  • Treant

    “You lack the capacity to understand it. Homos. Algebra. Shit like that.”

    Love him.

    • billbear1961

      He can solve the bear’s equations if he’d like to.

  • Johnny Wyeknot


    • billbear1961

      I know–a damned handsome young man!

  • Daveed_WOW

    “…separate bathrooms for Catholic priests”….lol…also, the camera is at a bad angle. Needs to point more downward.

    • billbear1961

      You noticed that, too?

  • Matthew Delemos

    I always prefered that accent with some brains behind it.

  • greenmanTN

    I love this guy! I live in TN and it’s great to see someone stand up like this, tell it like it is. Plus he’s hilarious!

    • Homo Erectus

      I never knew they could talk that fast πŸ˜‰

      • greenmanTN

        LOL! I have a friend in New Hampshire, someone I met on line, but never in person. Whenever we talk on the phone she talks too fast for my slow Southern ears to keep up, and I talk too low for her to hear. Half of the conversations are us going “What? What?”

  • billbear1961
  • greenmanTN

    What you’ve gotta keep in mind is that, even in the South, the difference between a “red state” and a “blue state” is usually just a few percentage points, often not even 10%. There are a lot of very kind, generous, accepting people in the South, and yeah some them have strong Southern accents!

    Hell, I have an accent! I was surprised when someone mentioned it. “Me? REALLY?!”

    I was a winner in the parental and familial lottery because I was immediately embraced when I came out. Even my super religious grandmother said, “I just want you find someone to love and who makes you happy” and mind you, this was in semi-rural TN.

    • billbear1961

      There is real HOPE!

      Posts like this are important!

      Thank you!

      • greenmanTN

        Thank you back. Kind of a funny story, but the first person I ever came out to was a black female friend in high school. I was driving, and was keyed up because I’d never told anyone before.

        I said, “I’m dating someone.”

        “Who’s the lucky chick?”

        “Actually, it’s a guy.”

        “Oh, well, then who’s the lucky Chuck!”

        People can often surprise with their acceptance if you give them a chance.

        • What a lovely story! Thanks for letting us know there is hope for the south.

  • safari

    *sigh* I’m an overeducated academic midwestern gay, but this is the type of man of my dreams.

  • Octoberfurst

    So funny but yet so true. I say we all subscribe to his YouTube channel.

    • I both subscribed and liked his video. Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Garth

    Quote of the day, “Quit being a pussy and say what you mean.”

  • joeintexas

    Yep, I married one. New Yorker in Texas. Couldn’t love him more.

  • Acronym Jim

    I don’t want no damn lesbian bitch dressed as a dude in my bathroom. Think of the kids, will ya?

  • Bill_Perdue

    Very well done.

  • Jennifer Michaels

    “…givin’ ’em Mountain Dew in a sippy cup and beatin’ ’em with a wire hanger’ fer standin’ in front of the t.v. durin’ Dr. Oz….”
    CLASSIC! πŸ™‚

  • Robert Flanagan

    You have more of a chance of being assaulted my a Republican Senator in a men’s room then a trans gendered man.

    • Robert

      That is literally a true statement..

  • John P.

    Doesn’t hurt that he’s a hottie!

  • 2karmanot

    Hawt Daaaamn!

  • TestSubject51

    “Hardly. Not, never”. Lol. I love this guy, but my suspicions tell me this he is a transgender man. HE is trying WAY too hard with that generic southern accent. I am gay myself and I absolutely do think that this is a great video. But “Liberal Redneck” is comedian with a great parody account. Anyone else?

  • Kyle Deetz

    “wrapping a skirt around his wiener”paints the funniest picture in my head

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  • mdf60

    Very funny. And does anyone else think he is HOT?