7 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The brilliance of You Might Be a Redneck If... resides in Jeff Foxworthy’s talent for teasing blue-collar America while pledging his allegiance to it. He also possesses a Mark Twain-like knack for picking apart the absurdities of regional dialect in Dixie. “Words in the South” isn’t caricature—it’s just accurate. But not every bit is rooted in working-class eccentricity. Any dad—urban or rural, North or South—will see himself reflected in the hilarious “Life as a Father.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

The brilliance of You Might Be a Redneck If... resides in Jeff Foxworthy’s talent for teasing blue-collar America while pledging his allegiance to it. He also possesses a Mark Twain-like knack for picking apart the absurdities of regional dialect in Dixie. “Words in the South” isn’t caricature—it’s just accurate. But not every bit is rooted in working-class eccentricity. Any dad—urban or rural, North or South—will see himself reflected in the hilarious “Life as a Father.”

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