But you’ll probably have the most fun live-tweeting with your favorite stars during their shows’ Halloween episodes (assuming a show you like is participating).
As you likely already know, the Fourth of July, or Independence Day, is a national holiday in the United States that celebrates the adoption of the Declaration of the Independence on July 4th, 1776.
So it’s probably no surprise that ‘Happy 4th’ is trending today on Twitter in the U.S.
Did you buy your gift for the Dad’s in your life yet? For shame!
Don’t worry, Mr. or Mrs. Last Minute, we’ve got you covered, with ideas, contests and deals that will make it seem like you spent months planning.
If you post a sensational headline and it doesn’t pay off, you risk annoying readers unless you have a really good reason for it. And if you post an April Fool’s Day joke on social media and do not add a little note at the end letting readers laugh along with you, you risk that they’ll believe it and share it – and you risk possibly getting into a boatload of trouble for it. (FYI – there is no puppy in this story.)