Whether your Father’s Day plans include burnt toast and breakfast in bed, a relaxed family barbeque or racing to the store for a last minute gift, seeing what your Father’s Day gift says about you may just make you stop in your tracks before you buy the same old thing.
Here are some classic examples of what your gift says about you:
- Personalized coffee mug You want to make sure that everyone at his office knows that you are his favorite child.
- No creativity points, but vanity points galore.
- Designer wallet You want to remind your dad that you are no longer the financial drain that you used to be. Now you actually have the budget to get him a fancy gift, provided you didn’t use his credit card to buy it. Well done!
- Tie that says “World’s Best Dad” – People still give this gift on Father’s Day?! Jokes and clichés aside, you are the slacker child who can’t garner enough effort to get dad a gift he will enjoy or wear in public. Try harder next year. You can also see the various father’s day gifts from daughter side online and give the lovely surprise to your father.
- Photo personalized apron – By using an embarrassing old picture of your dad, you will make him (and everyone else) laugh whenever he’s trying to guard the grill and impress the family with his culinary expertise.
- Father’s Day e-card- Practical and efficient. In reality, you saved time, money and gas, by eliminating a trip to the store, but still managed to show your dad how much you appreciate everything he does.
- Special dinner – You’ve shown off your hospitality and culinary skills, which your dad is certain you inherited from him and not your mother, by hosting dad at your home for his favorite meal.
Extra points are granted when you remind him of the special night with a customized dinner invitation and treat him to a restaurant experience at home
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