Or St. Patrick's Day as "The 17th of March"?

Or St. Patrick's Day as "The 17th of March"? | WHY DO WE REFER TO INDEPENDENCE DAY AS "THE 4TH OF JULY" BUT NOT VALENTINE'S DAY AS "THE 14TH OF FEBRUARY", OR HALLOWEEN AS "THE 31ST OF OCT | image tagged in memes,philosoraptor,4th of july,fourth of july,independence day,holidays | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Sadly, the vocabulary of the average American contains too few monosyllabic words. While some can deal with the two syllables of Freedom, their minds go into thrombolytic overload when faced with additional syllables. Independence is one of those words. Fourth of July contains two one syllable words and one two syllable word, which allows them to deal with it.
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That's the dumbest thing I've heard since my conversation with laonsite.
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true: let spellcheck change Polysyllabic to Monosyllabic, and it makes the entire paragraph, useless
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Point taken.
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