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06/13/2016 12:37 pm ET Updated May 08, 2017

You Can Literally Give Dad 'Nothing' For Father's Day

This town in Arizona is letting you buy a piece of it for one day only.
A sign in Nothing, Arizona advertises what you are likely to find in that town.
Century 21
A sign in Nothing, Arizona advertises what you are likely to find in that town.

“Nothing.” It’s the word heard round the land this week when children ask their dads what they want for Father’s Day.

Well, this year you can officially be like, “Fine, dad” and present him with a certificate of temporary ownership of a nice slice of a town named Nothing, Arizona ― for a day, thanks to the sympathetic folks at Century 21.

Here’s what Nothing looks like:

Nothing for dad.
Century 21
Nothing for dad.

Ahhh, Nothing. It's a vast desert town in Mohave County about 120 miles northwest of Phoenix, and you can sublease a piece of it for Father's Day by logging on to the Give Dad Nothing website, entering your proud father's name and printing out the certificate of ownership.

Congrats, dad.
Century 21
Congrats, dad.

A rep for Century 21 told The Today Show that they reached out to Nothing's real owner, who "kindly agreed to lease us the land for one day so that we are able to sublease it to 'kids' of all ages to give their dad what he always seems to ask for on Father's Day -- nothing."

Maybe you want to give your dad a small, scrubby stretch along Burro Creek Road? Or maybe a different plot of land along Burro Creek Road? (There's not much more to Nothing than Burro Creek Road.) You have until 11:59 p.m. on June 19 to stake your claim.

It's all free -- but really, it's the thought that counts.

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