Every 4th of July, America sends Britain a locket with a little tiny picture of the United States in it. They want to remind the crown that America is still...
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I don’t see why Brits don’t celebrate the 4th of July. Surely 240 years of being officially separate from America is something to be happy about.
I don't see why we Brits don't celebrate 4th of July Surely 240 years of being officially seperate from America is something to be happy about
What’s the best drink to have on the 4th of July? A White Russian. Nothing is more American then a Russian helping you to make poor choices.
As a non-American, I love seeing Americans saying Happy 4th of July. It's the only time Americans pronounce dates correctly.
Some people enjoy a day off on the 4th of July
But not fire.
Today in the UK we celebrate the 4th of July. The day the average IQ of the British Empire jumped 100 points with a single signature.
This 4th of July please remember it's not "firecracker" This Independence Day, please remember it's not "firecracker," that term is very offensive to some people. It's "fire-caucasian." Thank you.
Brits have more reason than most to celebrate 4th of July Surely 241 years of officially being separated from America is something to be happy about
The 4th of July The only time of the year Americans say the day and month in the correct order.
Where did the fire go on 4th of july? Firework
Most people enjoy a day off on the 4th of July Except fire. Fire works on the 4th of July.
What do they do for the 4th of July in England? Sulk.
Brits have more reason than most to celebrate 4th of July Surely 242 years of officially being separated from America is something to be happy about
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British people say that we as Americans go overboard with the 4th of July.
When really the only thing that went overboard was their tea
I put a picture of the USA in a heart locket to celebrate the 4th of July... Now it is truly independent
Does England have a 4th of july? Yes they do, and a July 5th and a July 6th.
Man, my neighbors are really into lighting off loads of 4th of July fireworks... It sounds lile a school outside.
Last year I blew all my fingers off on the 4th of July And now my friends say they don't trust me. They say they can't count on me.
Can confirm: England Does have a 4th of July And we even get it first!
My dog hates the 4th of July Not because of the fireworks or anything, he's just going through a communist phase right now
Amidst all of the distractions on this 4th of July, let’s not forget what we’re celebrating That the British blew a 13 colony lead
Do you know why prisoners love the 4th of July? All the fresh meat on the 5th of July. Drive safe and party smart folks!
On the 4th of July, almost everyone has a day off, except for fire. Fire works.
Many veterans experience PTSD from the loud bangs of fireworks around holidays like 4th of July and New Years. My advice to them is to use noise-cancelling headphones, Netflix, and pharmaceutical-grade weed. Just like the children of Kabul.
What do FBI agents grill for the 4th of July? Hillary.
This 4th of July, remember: Alcohol and Fireworks do NOT mix Spilling even a little beer on a fuse can ruin fireworks.
Merry 4th of July! The difference between Uncle Sam and Santa Claus is... Santa Claus gives notes with his presents... Uncle Sam takes note of your presence.
On the 4th of july firefighters fight fire with fire Because fireworks
For most Americans, 4th of July is a holiday.
But not fire.
Fire works July 4th.
He says to his wife: "Sleeping with you is like Christmas, Birthday and the 4th of July in a single moment." To which she replies: "Well, each of those dates is just once per year too."
So I'm dating this European girl. I told her I wanna be with her 24/7. She said: "ok, see you the 24th of July"
Does Britain have the 4th of July? Or do the calendars just go July 3rd, July 5th, July 6th?
Do they have the 4th of July in Great Britain?
Yes, but they don't celebrate it.
^(courtesy of my neighbor who probably stole it from somewhere)