Covid 4th of July – How’s that Freedom?

June 29, 2020 by No Comments

Happy Covid 4th of July!

This dumb and dumber Happy Covid 4th of July meme says, Hope they allow us off lockdown by 4th of July so we can celebrate our freedom. Anyone else remember how the recent past can become our future?

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Fireworks and Freedom: The Lockdown Dilemma

As the calendar pages flip closer to July 4th, Americans across the nation are faced with the prospect of celebrating Independence Day with a side of lockdown measures. The irony is thicker than Aunt Mabel’s homemade molasses, and the sentiment has been captured perfectly by a viral meme that’s as steeped in humor as it is in hopeful anticipation.

In this meme, our well-coiffed protagonist poses a question that’s on many minds: “Hope they allow us off lockdown by July 4th… so we can celebrate our freedom.” The contrast between being ‘locked down’ and celebrating ‘freedom’ is not lost on anyone—except maybe those who still think Bluetooth is a dental problem.

Freedom on a Leash

  • A Celebratory Contradiction: How does one celebrate the land of the free when one’s freedom to roam is restricted? It’s like having a ticket to an all-you-can-eat buffet while on a juice cleanse.
  • Backyard Patriotism: If lockdowns persist, we might just see a surge in backyard patriotism. Imagine every household in America simultaneously grilling hotdogs and setting off store-bought fireworks. It could be communal in a distanced sort of way, like synchronized swimming, but less wet and more flammable.

Independence Day: The Home Edition

  • DIY Festivities: Forget massive parades and crowded fireworks displays. This year, the DIY spirit has taken over. It’s time to hang streamers on your cat and teach the family dog to bark the national anthem.
  • Screen-to-Screen Celebration: Let’s not forget the power of technology. Zoom calls filled with faces painted in red, white, and blue, virtual firework displays (all of the ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs,’ none of the emergency room visits), and streaming patriotic movies could be the new July 4th trend.

Freedom: A State of Mind

  • The Lockdown Paradox: There’s a sweet irony in being confined to our homes in the land of the brave. But hey, freedom has always been a state of mind, right? On Independence Day, we’re free to liberate ourselves from the tyranny of pants and formal wear.
  • Finding Liberty in the Little Things: Maybe this lockdown is a chance to appreciate the smaller freedoms we often take for granted, like the liberty to choose between Netflix, Hulu, or the age-old tradition of watching paint dry.

As we navigate this unique chapter in history, let’s remember that freedom can come in many forms—some of which include the right to laugh at our own predicaments and the power to remain hopeful. So, share this meme, have a chuckle, and gear up for a July 4th that promises to be as memorable as that time Uncle Bob tried to deep-fry a turkey. Because when it comes down to it, the spirit of Independence Day is not just about grandiose celebrations but about the resilient spirit that unites us all—even six feet apart.

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It’s beautiful outside and it’s time to celebrate but covid-19 #covid2020 #4thofjuly #americanpride #socialdistance #safehandschallenge #happy4th

♬ Be Happy – Dixie

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