Happy 4th

One thing the always amuses me about the 4th of July is the following question.

Is there 4th of July in England?

If someone answered no, don’t admit it on the comments.

Now that you hopefully smiled, let me just say… I am proud to be an American and Happy 4th of JULY!

11 Responses to Happy 4th

  1. Happy 4th of July to you too! And of course there is a 4th of July in England! There’s one in every country! hehehehe

  2. Ey, yo nunca he ido, pero los ingleses están como locos. Depronto hoy y mañana son 5 de Julio, o depronto hoy no se cuenta allá :P

  3. Very funny! I did answer yes just in case you are wondering. I also get that it isn’t celebrated there like it is in America.

    Hope you had a great time with your family this weekend and I hope to chat with you soon.

  4. Yeah, I’m sure the Brits like being reminded of July 4th as much as the Japanese like being reminded of December 7th!

  5. It’s a little known fact that the English actually have a superstitious fear of any number sequence that goes 0407 which is why they have removed the 4th of July from their calendars and replaced it with the 30th of February instead. This does make complex issues regarding their fiscal year, but they feel it’s worth it to prevent the horrors of 0407 which they believe would cause all the scones in the world to disappear.

  6. Of course there’s no 4th of July in England…everyone knows that…LOL

  7. The Fourth of July is like D-Day to the Germans. Just a reminder that they lost.

  8. Can’t we just call it Independence Day?

  9. That ranks right up there with asking “who’s buried in Grant’s tomb?”

  10. Happy (late) 4th to you too! Sorry I haven’t been on blogdrive in such a long time, it’s just that regular blogging was one of the things that kind of fell to the wayside as my life became extremely busy. I don’t know if I’ll be able to return to blogdrive on a regular basis, but you can always find me on Myspace or xanga.com/Myletter. Peace, man. :D

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