It’s Dad’s Big Day
Dads get one day a year to be celebrated. But as you will soon learn Father’s Day is kind of new on the scene. Mother’s Day came first.
Maybe it was out of guilt or a sense of fairness that Father’s Day was invented. Most dads prefer to celebrate the day by being with their family and not wanting much of a fuss. In fact most dads prefer to do their own cooking on Father’s Day
We are easy to shop for
It’s pretty easy to shop for dads. Most dads have a hobby whether it is golf or fishing or working around the yard. Dads have something they enjoy doing that might require new equipment. If dad is a golfer there’s always a new gadget that dad might not have in his bag. If dad is a fisherman perhaps there is a new rod or reel or fishing attire that he doesn’t have yet. If dad is into doing yardwork or just fiddling around in the garage or the shed there is always a new tool or gadget for him to get excited about.
No ties please!
No dad has ever asked for a brand new tie, ever! If dad needs a tie he’ll probably pick one up or if dad is married his wife will do it for him. These days fewer and fewer of us are wearing ties so they’ll probably just hang out in the closet and never be worn.
Dads like breakfast
If you really want to take care of dad, you can always cook him breakfast or take them to his favorite greasy diner. Nothing fancy, brunch is not necessary just a place where he can get eggs and some sort of meat and toast and potato.
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