• Redneck Briefcase

    The Redneck Briefcase is not for the faint of heart. This gift idea requires the recipient to truly have a wonderful sense of humor.

    Take a pair of men's briefs and sew the leg holes shut. Attach elastic handles to the waist band with buttons. Then place the following items into the "brief case":


    • nail - hillbilly toothpick
    • old car key - hillbilly ear wax remover
    • newspaper strips the size of toilet paper - hillbilly toilet paper
    • a jar of beans - hillbilly bubble bath
    • matches and a jar
      -hillbilly lantern
    • belly button brush - directions


    Leave the fly area open as this holds pens and pencils really well, it will also hold a cell phone.

    Additional Items for the "Briefcase"


    • Redneck Calculator (This could be added to the Briefcase) Add a pair of feet with all ten toes cut out of construction paper then folded like a card and inside the card all the toes numbered.
    • Redneck Telephones - two tin cans with string attached to both.
    • Redneck Cell Phone - one tin can with an antenna
    • Redneck Microwave -magnifying glass (uses the sun to cook)



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