May involve the use of fuel, lighter fluid, welding gasses, household cleaners, or black powder intended for use in muzzle-loading firearms. Generally lit with cigarette lighters, matches, lit cigars or cigarettes, or -- in rare cases -- electrically lighted with the use of either a car battery or household current.
One of the more common forms of redneck firearms is the use of reactive metals in a 20-ounce soda bottle, known as an acid bomb, dry-ice bomb, or Drano bomb. Another is the trapping of a gas, such as butane or acetylene in a pipe or a series of soda cans with the tops and bottoms cut out, held together with duct tape, which when lighted makes a loud noise and can be used to hurl projectiles, such as tennis balls, potatoes, or garbage, into the neighbors' yards.
Look out! Bubba is going to fire off another one of them redneck fireworks! as found in the Urban Dictionary.
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“May the sun in his course visit no land more free, more happy, more lovely, than this our own country!” ~ Daniel Webster
comin' to you LIVE from a single-wide where I'm thinking... let's celebrate today and every day: our freedom, our pride, our country! Oh... and the firemen that might end up out here ‘cause... well... there's a bunch of rednecks and a rooster in my 'hood... for once i might be the sane one...
Ya’ll have a Happy 4th of July!
that rooster is going to be so tired come sunrise i might have to find my alarm clock in order to wake up since he's usually my alarm... he doesn't know yet that he gets to do it all again in less than 12 hours...