The creative genius of rednecks never ceases to amaze me. These doorbells are sure to make you chuckle. Check out the top 20 most ridiculous redneck doorbells below. The next time you are driving down a country road, keep your eyes peeled for these creative redneck doorbells. You might just get a good chuckle out of them.
This one is just a simple sign that reads “Doorbell is broken, yell ding dong really loud.” But it’s creative in its own way, and would definitely work if you had noisy neighbors.
This redneck doorbell should be called a cowboy doorbell. It is a creative use of an old cowboy bell. I can just imagine the look on the UPS guy’s face when he walks up to this house. Dinner? What are you cooking?
This is an interesting doorbell posted next to the front door of a house. What happened to the rest of the gun? If you notice, one of the bullet cartridges is a light push button. Push at your own risk!
Push and Run! That’s what I would be thinking after seeing this pistol-shaped wired doorbell button. Not the most inviting one I’ve seen, but who am I to judge?
Pick up the hammer and bank the skittle. These homeowners must not have kids. Mine would be banging the pan all day long. With the price of steel these days, this one actually more expensive than a real doorbell button. I wonder if they cook with this skittle door dinner? Is it a seasoned skillet?
I’m not really sure what to think of this one. Duct tape is great, but it will only last so long. This looks like a shortcut on the “honey-do” list. “Honey, how did you install the doorbell so fast?”
This doorbell button and the one below fit into a new category “least inviting doorbell buttons.” I’m not sure if there was ever cheese in this mouse trap, but I cannot imagine anyone in their right mind would press it.
If I were a bear trapper, this might be my go-to push button. I think there needs to be a “push at your own risk” sign right next to this one. Not sure if you can read the sign, but after reading it, I get it. Press the red circle, let out a scream as you see your crushed finger, and if anyone is home, I’m sure they will come to the door. Have your phone ready to dial 9-1-1 after this one. Does anyone know a good attorney?
What’s up with the traps? This homeowner has a funny sense of humor or doesn’t like people.
Not sure what to say about this one. I would be very hesitant to push the “red” button in the center of this one. My next question is, what kind of animal is that? Did they have to drill out a hole for the wired push button center? Is it lighted at night? Creepy at best.
Similar to the above, this dude is very proud of his hunting prowess. Where’s the rest of the deer? Where is the other end of it? If this homeowner was serious, the would mount the front of the deer on the other side of the wall.
Is the button anatomically in the correct position? This one is certainly creepy, don’t get me wrong.
I have to admit, this one is kind of cool. It does present a little problem though. If your front doorbell wireless push button is camouflaged, wouldn’t it be a little hard to see? I think a good swath of hunter orange might be appropriate here.
I wonder if that bottle is recycled. This homeowner certainly takes advantage of recycled products. Did they find it on the side of the road? If you look at the bottle, it looks like people have actually shaken it. Can’t be very expensive.
At least use a real beer can dude.
What’s up with the traps? I can’t see this as a cheap one because they have a nice piece of wood they mounted the trap on and used some cool metalwork to explain what it is. I wonder what the small tag says? Maybe stating they are not liable for missing fingers?
I definitely like the resourcefulness. You know, I have a good friend who cannot eat a whole Altoid–he says they’re too hot. It would take him quite a while to get through this case of mints. I would really like to know what’s under the cover. There’s an abundance of duct tape in use here. The hinges must have rusted off. This has to be the cheapest one.