I have a small request. I realize it is not the most important matter in the world, but it would make my summer just a little bit brighter.Would you mind saying, "Have a nice mid-summer holiday" rather than "Have a happy 4th of July"?You don't have a 4th of July in England?What do you call the day between the Third of July and the Fifth of July?
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