1. Land that I love.
2. Party like a patriot.
3. Have a Yankee Doodle day.
4. Cue the sparklers.
5. Party like it’s 1776.
6. Too cool for British rule.
7. Give me liberty or give me death.
8. What’s the best kind of tea to drink on July 4th? Liber-tea.
9. Red, white and boozed.
10. If you didn’t grill, did your fourth of July even happen?
11. Made in America.
12. I like my coffee black and my tea in the harbor.
13. Staying fly on the fourth of July.
14. My patriotic heart beats red, white and blue.
15. They hate U.S. because they ain’t U.S.
16. Red, wine and blue.
17. Sparkling so hard, I could be a firework.
18. Flip flops, fireworks and freedom.
19. America sure knows how to throw a birthday party.
20. Pretty sure I was a sparkler in another life.
21. Proud to be an American.
22. Baby, you’re a firework.
23. Light up the sky on the 4th of July.
24. Uncle Sam called, he wanted his freedom back.
25. Feeling bae-triotic.
26. My favorite color is freedom.
27. Chill out with your grill out.
28. Benjamin Drankin’.
29. Star spangled hammered.
30. It’s not the fourth of July until I’m holding a hotdog.
31. Sparkle like it’s 1776.
32. America because, where else?
33. Let freedom ring.
34. Land of the free, because of the brave.
35. Red stands for hardiness and valor. White symbolizes purity and innocence.
36. I’m just here for the BBQ.
37. I haven’t partied this hard since 1776. — America
38. I’m just living out the American dream.
39. Apple pie and fireworks and baseball and beer.
40. One flag. One land. One nation evermore.
41. Snap, crackle, and pop.
42. If it involves fireworks, beach days, barbecues, and freedom, count me in.
43. I WANT YOU … to like this photo
44. It’s a party in the USA.
45. Four score and seven beers ago.
46. Pies, fries, and the Fourth of July.
47. U.S. of YAY.
48. Rosé in the U.S.A.
49. Keep calm and sparkle on.
50. Free to sparkle.
51. Red, might, and blue.
52. Merica, y’all.
53. We’re the kids in America.
54. Stars and stripes.
55. Mer-made in the U.S.A.
56. Red, white, and beautiful.
57. Young, wild and free.
58. Red, white, and cold brew.
59. Home of the free, est. 1776.
60. She was an American girl.