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Also about 4th, july, and independence day+214Independence Day celebrates the day when John Hancock alone signed the Declaration of Independence and the rest of Congress still gets credit for it (they didn't sign until after July 4th). Congress hasn't changed much since 1776, has it, amirite?
Also about independence day+233American's celebrate Independence Day because it marks the day they gained their independence, I, however, celebrate Independence day because everything is on sale in America, amirite?
Also about july, independence day, and happy 4th+229Everyone says happy 4th of July instead of happy Independence Day, amirite?
Also about 4th, july, and independence day+739Americans: You call it the 4th of July and not Independence Day, amirite?
Also about 4th, july, and independence day+688The 4th of July (Independence Day) is America's 'fuck you' to Britain, amirite?
Also by JohnT+22Happy 4th of July, may you all have a wonderful Independence day free from Political bloviation. amirite?
Also about july and happy 4th+669Happy 4th of July! Now take this, ozone layer! amirite?
Also about happy, 4th, july, and independence day+657It's kind of odd how Independence Day is most often referred to as July 4th, but we don't go around saying, "Hey! Merry December 25th!" "Happy February 14th, want a chocolate?" or "I'm going trick-or-treating again for October 31st!", amirite?