MacGyver could make almost anything out of the supplies he had on hand, that's why everyone loves him. Rednecks actually do the same thing, they just use some different supplies and redneck intuition. Check out some of these redneck inventions that are teetering between the line of genius and insanity.
Finish raking up those leaves, but don't put the rake away. Slide some hotdogs on that rake and get to roasting.
Better yet, make some sweet s'mores across that rake. Who knew that rakes were such versatile grilling devices?
Rednecks don't drink wine, which means no corkscrews on hand at their parties. Don't worry though, if you do end up bringing a bottle there's always a way.
Native Americans aren't the only culture with dream catchers. Rednecks just use whatever is lying around to thwart off your unwanted dreams.
Doors do two things: they open and the close. So why not use any door to fit the job?
No need for that fancy electronic alarm system. The air horn security will alert you whenever that idiot brother-in-law is trying to steal your stuff.
A mobile home must need a mobile deck, right? That way, you can easily transport it from one trailer park to the next. Genius.
There's no need for all that fancy cookware when you have an iron. Plug it in and sizzle up some nice burgers.
There's no better way to get your exercise in while cutting the grass than this.
This is actually ingenious. Leave it to rednecks to make some pretty darn practical inventions.
Who says that picnic table can't float? Fasten some tubes underneath and set sail on the S.S. Redneck.
A makeshift limo is the only way to get to prom in the sticks. Just stretch that Bronco out, add a few doors and you are ready to dance the night away.
Why work harder when you can work smarter? Tie those push mowers on the back of your John Deere and get to cutting.
There's nothing that states outdoor tables can't also function as swim-up bars. Drinking beer and chill in four feet of water sounds like a great timeto me.
Up a creek without a paddle? Not anymore! Check out this license plate pitchfork. Not only will it get you from point A to point B in a boat, it can easily do the same attached to a car, given your sticker is still valid.