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This Fourth of July, you have the inalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of Hometown Hotties!

Dessie Mitcheson from Apollo, Pennsylvania-

 
How do you typically spend the Fourth of July?
I usually just go down to the beach with my family and set off some fireworks. 
 
What U.S. president would you most want to party with?
George Washington, because if we got drunk maybe he’d let me try on his wig.
 
Nude beach: yea or nay?
I’m not sure if I’d partici­pate, but I’d definitely go check one out. 
 
What artist is a must on your summer playlist?
I don’t know what it is, but something about the summertime always makes me want to listen to country, so I’d have to say Kenny Chesney or Blake Shelton. 
 
What’s one necessary stop on a cross-country road trip?
I’m actually doing one this summer, and I’d love to stop somewhere in the Midwest and camp out for a night under the stars.


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Brittney Alger from Biloxi, Mississippi-

 
What’s your craziest Fourth of July memory?
One time in high school we were shooting off fireworks, and a friend of mine lit himself on fire! He was fine, so it was kind of hilarious. 
 
What U.S. president would you most want to party with?
Bill Clinton…but I’m not going to say what we’d do, because he’s only known for two things! My next choice would be Abe Lincoln. He was a freakin’ boss.

What was your best summer job?
I worked at the pool at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Biloxi right when it opened, so there were a lot of artists coming in. I just had to set up the cabanas, so it was like getting paid to have fun.
 
What do you need for a great summer BBQ?
I don’t eat burgers or hot dogs, so there has to be some chicken, and I’ve got to have a Jack Daniel’s and Diet Coke in my hand.


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Brittney Glaze from Conyers, Georgia-

 
What do you need for a great summer BBQ?
Just good friends, family, some apple pie, and a little moonshine.
 
What’s your craziest Fourth of July memory?
When I was a junior in high school, I spent the Fourth of July in the hospital because I almost killed myself in a tubing accident on the lake. Somehow my legs were behind my body and over my head. I ended up pulling every single muscle in my back, and I couldn’t walk for two weeks.
 

Brittney Glaze from Conyers, Georgia-


Fireworks or sparklers?
Definitely fireworks. You need the loud boom to make it a party.
 
What’s the worst sunburn you’ve ever had?
I fell asleep on a lawn chair after a few drinks, and by the time I woke up I was completely red on one side and pale on the other. Thankfully I was lying on my stomach!
 
What artist is a must on your summer playlist?
Luke Bryan’s Tailgates & Tanlines. Yes, it’s country!
 

Shannon Ihrke from Walker, Minnesota-

 
What was your best summer job?
Before joining the Marine Corps, I worked at a tiki bar. We don’t have a lot of tiki bars in Minnesota, so that was the place to be!
 
Who is the sexiest U.S. president ever? 
John F. Kennedy was definitely the hottest. I mean, if Marilyn Monroe is after you, you’ve got something going on!
 
How many hot dogs can you eat in one sitting?
A solid five for sure, with buns and all the trimmings. I’m a total fat kid at heart.
 

Shannon Ihrke from Walker, Minnesota-


What’s the worst sunburn you’ve ever had?
One summer I went horseback riding and paired my jeans with a teeny-tiny tank top, which wasn’t a good idea, because I ended up with an insanely weird version of a farmer’s tan.

What song is a must on your summer playlist?
I’ve got to have Jimmy Buffett’s “Margaritaville.”

 

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Mayra Tinajero from San Diego, California-


What do you need for a great summer BBQ?
I’ve got to have Texas BBQ, beer, fireworks, and a waterslide.
 
What was your best summer job?
Working at a Sonic drive-in in high school. I grew up in such a small town that it was really the only place that hired teenagers, so I got to work with a bunch of my friends and wear roller skates on special occasions.
 

Mayra Tinajero from San Diego, California-

 
What’s a necessary stop on a cross-country road trip?
I’d have to say the 9/11 Memorial. If you’re in New York, there’s no excuse not to see that. 
 
How many hot dogs can you eat in one sitting?
If we’re talking about foot-longs, I could only do one, but it would also be loaded with grilled onions, jalapeños, ketchup, mustard…I don’t go the pansy “just ketchup” route when 
it comes to my hot dogs.
 
Nude beach: yea or nay?
Yea. Nude beaches are fun, but you have to be prepared for an element of creepy. One time as I was leaving, a guy thanked me for coming!
 

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