Your dad is the best. We’re not just saying that. He raised you smart, kind, generous, and to be a good citizen of the world. Show some love this Father’s Day with an awesome gift that gives an experience. He’ll enjoy it so much more than another Snoopy tie.
Let dad’s creative side blossom—or at least give him some semblance of photographic capability—with private photography lessons. This is a double win, because if your dad is somehow on social media, he won’t put up so many terrible photos.
He works hard. He’s your dad. He deserves a little love—in the form of a professional massage. If he’s not the touchy-feely type, tell him it’s a Sports Massage and he’ll be extra pleased because you’ve finally recognized his athletic abilities.
Flat Screen TV Mounting
Change his world view by gifting him with a flat screen TV wall mounting service. The living room will open up, his game-time view will be better, and you’ll benefit, too. You’ve been looking for a reason to get rid of that wretched, outdated entertainment. Everyone wins.
Has dad ever told you he might have been a rockstar if he didn’t get into accounting? It’s a classic story. Help him realize the dream with guitar lessons. Whether acoustic, electric (Lord, help us all), classical, or otherwise, this new hobby will have him strumming through his days.
Knock Off His To-Do List
Take the burden off dad. Fixing the clogged toilets and leaky sinks gets old, not to mention time-consuming when you work full-time. Gift him for a handyman to handle a bit of the dirty work around the castle.
Before you roll your eyes, consider the profundity of this present. A personal shopper might be the last thing your dad thinks he wants, but it’s really the greatest gift on earth. He never has to think about clothes again. That’s a happy dad.
If he’s never played before, or he’s a master of the green, a Thumbtack pro will help him take his game to the next level. And you’ll have an excuse to dress him up in a ridiculous outfit. Or offer to come along and steer the bar cart.
If you’re getting married and you don’t want your old dad to embarrass you, give the gift that keeps on giving: dance lessons.
Whether he wants to learn how to shoot a firearm, or would like to have a gun safety course, gun training is fun. And, let’s be honest, going to the shooting range is pretty righteous.
Give dear old dad some relief this summer from lawn care duty. If he loves a trim lawn, but would rather enjoy a cold bev by the pool than pushing the electric mower back and forth, pony up for a summer of lawn service.
Of course your dad has a secret Bruce Lee fantasy. Maybe he’s long since been forced to hang his Kung Fu posters in the garage, but that doesn’t mean he shouldn’t realize his dream of executing the perfect roundhouse kick.
Happy Father’s Day to all you dads out there. You’re doing a great job. Thank you.