Father's Day Gift Guide
I hate all these video's that are like "dad's don't want that they deserve so much for Father's Day". Excuse me! It's the thought that counts. Do you think I whine about my Christmas gifts? It's so rude to say "We don't want that". These days are about showing the love. I say this now not having had children, but deal with it.
This gift guide is filled with ideas you probably wouldn't have thought of and some classics. There are no pictures because I was on a time crunch and I didn't want steal anything from the internet.
1) Make him something
Look, dad's have to like it. Kidding, but if you do have a cool skill that makes cool things, you should run with that.
2) Something for their hobbies
My dad likes records, so we already got him a turn table so we'll probably get him a record, but maybe your dad likes to collect antiques. Or maybe your dad collects little cars. Whatever it is, I am sure you will add to the collection.
3) Something engraved or monogrammed
I'm not saying get him "world's best dad" because I am sure he has enough of those, but get something like a wallet with his initials or a cool cutting board and knife set with his initials.
I hate to stereotype, but men don't take care of their skin and it's weird because my dad taught me about skin care. I am a firm believer that you need to take care of your skin, so give skin care to everyone for every occasion. Eventually, they will use something.
5) An experience
I think a great gift is a cool experience that he would love. It's always such an unexpected gift, so it's great.
Those are my ideas, I hope you like them.
Thanks for reading,