If you haven’t had at least one hot dog today already, you’re doing it wrong. It’s summer, baby! In the meantime, grab a homemade patriotic popsicle, let the grill keep flaming on, and enjoy these Independence Day tweets created for the 4th of July!
Happy birthday, America!
25 Independence Day Tweets That Are Straight Fireworks
1. The best people to watch fireworks with.
[keanu reeves and owen wilson watching a fireworks show]
— Bob Vulfov (@bobvulfov) January 30, 2016
2. We’re already dreading going back to the office.
"Hope you had a great 4th of July!" – someone about to ask you for something in an email.
— Jason Mustian (@jasonmustian) July 6, 2015
3. Also, Mercury in retrograde begins this week.
women's magazines are full of articles announcing what's sexy but its hardly ever crosshatch grill marks so I guess idk what sexy is
— Meth Lab for Cutie (@kiralc) June 22, 2015
4. It’s LIT.
You know the 4th of July is an American holiday because everyone says to "Stay safe" when celebrating.
— Alison Leiby (@AlisonLeiby) July 4, 2017
5. Celebrate, but quietly please.
Celebrating the 4th of July like every other parent: angrily cursing each firework that goes off after my kids are in bed.
— Sara Says Stop (@PetrickSara) July 2, 2017
6. Poor puppers.
The 4th of July is a very special holiday where we pay tribute to the greatness of America by scaring the shit out of our dogs for 12 hours
— don’t eat my trail mix bitch (@mattytalks) July 2, 2018
7. The Internet is forever.
Happy 4th of July weekend!
Remember if you've been drinking and are going to be using fireworks – make sure someone is getting it on video.
— andy lassner (@andylassner) July 3, 2015
8. Do you really think you can fly that thing? Well, yes.
Dad, why do we celebrate 4th of July?
Well son, it celebrates our defeating the aliens that blew up the White House after Will Smith attac
— Reverend Scott (@Reverend_Scott) July 2, 2014
9. Watching The Office: America’s true pastime.
me every 4th of july pic.twitter.com/xeCSyTPe1q
— isaiah 📟 (@thisisnotisaiah) July 2, 2018
10. A cookout staple.
Don't forget to acknowledge the sad, untouched bowl of Ruffles potato chips left on an outside table at whatever 4th of July BBQ you attend.
— Jenny Johnson (@JennyJohnsonHi5) July 3, 2015
11. Just as the Founding Fathers intended.
this 4th of july, don’t forget to leave milk and hot-dogs under your flag so george washington will come and leave you a big mac in the morning 🇺🇸🎇🎆🇺🇸
— Casey Moreta (@CaseyMoreta) July 4, 2018
12. Yes, we get the irony here.
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— paperwash© (@PaperWash) July 2, 2015
13. Loving Taco Bell is a patriotic duty.
it's 4th of july again which means i'll be standing at attention saluting the flag on the taco bell window all afternoon
— chuuch (@ch000ch) July 4, 2015
14. We got ya, buddy!
he's scared of the fireworks so my mom put on some dog videos for him ❤️ pic.twitter.com/VTjYa6YIcK
— emily (@spaghemily) July 5, 2016
15. The most patriotic of body types.
This dating website wants me to check the box for which body type I am but I don't see "trash can full of hot dogs"
— Mike Primavera (@primawesome) July 24, 2016
16. Texas pride is intense.
most people's 4th of july plans are really just what people do in texas everyday: eat bbq, drink beer and light shit on fire
— Lana Berry (@Lana) July 4, 2014
17. Makes you think.
what if dogs hate fireworks bc they’re afraid of symbolic displays of imperialism
— 🌋 (@mixedhunty) July 3, 2017
18. Don’t even think about it.
The Purge, but for people who set off fireworks the 5th of July
— Erica (@SCbchbum) July 5, 2014
19. Seems logical, right?
So, on July 4th, one of the hottest days of the year, we're all going to sit outside of our air-conditioned homes and cook over a fire?
— Just Bill (@WilliamAder) July 2, 2016
20. Well done! Is definitely not how we like our steak!
Congratulations to me on a successful first use of a barbecue! Nothing was set on fire…except the bbq. But I'm told that is essential.
— Lesley Smith (@ellesmithsonian) July 17, 2015
"What's independence?" "Don't worry about it." – men to women, July 5, 1776
— Kristy Grant (@kristygee) July 5, 2012
22. It’s true.
If Toby Keith sees his shadow on the 4th of July, we get 6 more weeks of freedom
— Tim (@Playing_Dad) July 4, 2015
Spread patriotic spirit by telling the barista your name is "USA" and hiding. When they say your name, watch as Starbucks begins chanting
— Brendan O'Hare (@brendohare) July 4, 2013
24. Ol’ reliable.
You can always count on me to bring my famous recipe of "bag of ice" to your summer cookout.
— Abby Heugel (@AbbyHasIssues) May 25, 2018
25. The night had to end somehow.
Are these firecrackers in my pants, or am I glad to see a paramedic?
— Shari VanderWerf (@shariv67) July 4, 2011