Another National Flag Week has come and gone, but we have slept a night or two since elementary school and have forgotten how to properly commemorate the patriotic occasion.
Thankfully, TimeandDate.com has an explanation: "[Flag Day is] a time when Americans reflect on the foundations of the nation's freedom," they write.
"The flag of the United States represents freedom and has been an enduring symbol of the country's ideals since its early days. During both events (Flag Day and Flag Week), Americans also remember their loyalty to the nation, reaffirm their belief in liberty and justice, and observe the nation’s unity."
On Ann Romney's "Patriotic" Pinterest board, one can glean inspiration for clever decorating ideas, festive tablescapes and themed recipes.
Popular celebrations include flag-raising ceremonies, school quizzes and street parades, but we're thinking more along the lines of a red, white and blue dinner party.
Where better to look for pointers than hopeful future First Lady Ann Romney's "Patriotic" Pinterest board? There, one can glean inspiration for clever decorating ideas, festive tablescapes and themed recipes.
But the one that takes the cake (yes, literally) is this guy: A full-fledged Old Glory within, bedecked with stars and stripes without, as likely to give you diabetes as a patriotic hard-on. We dare you to attempt it.