A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from May 15, 2016
“What does a redneck and yeast have in common?"/"They are both in bread.”

A popular redneck joke is:

Q: What does a redneck and yeast have in common?
A: They are both in bread (inbred).


“Q:What do a redneck and yeast have in common? A:They’re both found with beer and inbred” was cited on Twitter on November 28, 2011. The “beer” reference is often removed from the joke, leaving just the pun. “What does a redneck and yeast have in common? They’re both ‘in-bread’” was cited on Twitter on October 17, 2012.


Twitter
Andy Iwancio
‏@kidamiga
Q:What do a redneck and yeast have in common?
A:They’re both found with beer and inbred.
#Writtenintwominutes
10:49 PM - 28 Nov 2011

reddit
What do yeast and a redneck have in common?
submitted January 7, 2012 by kidamiga
They’re both usually found with beer and inbred.
-&y (written by moi)

Twitter
Beavis And Butthead
‏@bevisbutthead
What do yeast and a redneck have in common?  They’re both usually found with beer and inbred.
1:44 PM - 14 Jan 2012

Twitter
Taylor
‏@YoItsChavez
What does a redneck and yeast have in common? They’re both “in-bread”
8:54 AM - 17 Oct 2012

Twitter
Curtilingus
‏@chosen_you_are
What do a redneck and yeast have in common?
They are both “in-bread.”
10:59 AM - 17 Oct 2012

Twitter
One Liners
‏@humurous1liners
What does a redneck and yeast have in common? They are both in-bread. #funny #jokes
12:47 PM - 30 Oct 2012

reddit
What does a redneck and yeast have in common?
submitted May 4, 2016 by KellyfromLeedsUK
They are both “in-bread”
Downvote me to hell if you want. This is my only joke.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Sunday, May 15, 2016 • Permalink