Where do you start for finding the perfect gift for the number one guy in your life? Put down that tie. Forget cologne. We polled dads across the U.S. and uncovered some surprising insight into the best Father's Day gift ideas, and the good news is they really want to go somewhere fun.
My Dad has a good track record of unexpected giving (sorry Mom, not you) but not in the ways one would expect. Here are three things my Dad gave me and what (I think) they secretly mean. I call them gifts. Other people might call them, oh... trash.
It would have been easy for my family to decide seven years ago when my dad was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease that we were going to sit back and let it be. But as someone who still sees her father as invincible, why would I?
What is he into? I mean, seriously, what does this guy do? Who knows? He never seems to want or need anything, because anything he needs or wants he just goes out and buys himself, because he's a grown man.
Whether it be at a family BBQ, a hike with that special guy or just by having a lazy Sunday showering the men in our life with love and affection, Father's Day is meant to celebrate our personal male role models.
Whether your dad is looking to intensify his current workout routine or if he just wants to get started down the path to better health, our top five list helps you compare the top devices and find the perfect fit.
Let dad experience the joy of expecting his first grandchild -- just don't tell him until the next day that it was a lie, and you have too much student loan debt and emotional baggage to even think about bringing a child into this world like he selfishly did.