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IIRC, it was comedian Todd Yohn who did that, on some Bob and Tom album, claiming it was the most common last words by stupid rednecks. He then followed it up with "Them's my people!"

Of course, the second most common last words of stupid rednecks would be "Hell, I can do that."

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In reply to Re^2: Most infamous "Last words": by tbone1
in thread Most infamous "Last words": by davido

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