Jen Righi And Paul Morris Take To The Streets Of Manhattan To Celebrate Fourth Of July

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The Fourth of July is right around the corner, and for many, it means a day of celebration and pride for our country. With Independence Day, you can expect to see amazing red, white, and blue decor, like this patriotic ring tossanda ton of festive treats, like these festive cake pops. But we all know that this day meanssomuch more to America.

LittleThings hosts Jen Righi and Paul Morris took to the streets of NYCto ask people what this holiday means to them.

“It means a day to celebrate our freedom as Americans,” one man says.

Another chimed in, “Independence for all. We’re all happy, we’re all going to live together and love each other.” It’s so heartwarming to see the outpouring of love for our country, but we can’t forget that the Fourth of July usually involves a little fun!

Jen and Paul find out some pretty crazy stories about how some spend their holiday a few even admit to some firework shows not panning outquite as they had hoped.

You have to watch the video and hear some of the stories. I guarantee they will make you laugh!

So remember that when you celebrate the Fourth of July, be sure to take a moment to remember just how important this day is for our country!

If this holiday represents freedom and liberty, make sure that youSHARE this video!


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