I’m a dad. I like being a dad. And since I’m a dad who likes being a dad, Father’s Day is for me. Present ideas galore for me, right?!
Except I don’t dress fancy.
And I don’t play golf.
And I don’t smoke cigars.
And I don’t drink stuff that needs special glassware.
And I certainly don’t want a recliner. Recliners scream “I give up. Leave me alone.”
There’s got to be other dudes out there that are somewhat like me, so here is my guide to FDGfDWDDFPGSoD(tm).
For the musician:
What would you say if your dad could make his own ukulele? I’d say, “When’s the party?” Imagine the family memories made with this!
For the guy who left his wallet in a taxi in Mexico and has been using a horse wallet for three years:
Almost anything is a fashionable step forward.
For the reflective type:
This journal says I like to write and I like bikes.
For dads with sons:
Pretty much any book listed here would be sweet.
For dads with daughters:
Ditto above for this list.
For the audiophile:
This is too cool for school. I want one and I listen to music from the one tiny speaker on my computer.
For the outdoorsy-type:
I like the stuff made by Horny Toad. Plus, you get the extra benefit of snickering when you say the company name.
For the dad who lives far away:
Let him see your face. He’ll love it.
Whatever you end up doing or getting for dear old Dad this year, put some thought into. Just don’t buy this: