Father's Day Gift Giving Do's + Dont's // By Nicholas Baker
So you waited till the last minute to get the Dad in your life something for Father's Day..... fear not.
First off, you really don't need to get good 'ol Dad anything at all. We pride ourselves on having limited material needs. When we say we don't want a gift, we actually mean it (unlike Mom's + Wives who say it and are definitely lying).
However, if you feel compelled to show your appreciation physically, I have compiled a list of dope ass Dad gifts and some definite "Don'ts" for those scrambling to get your two day shipping from Amazon Prime.
Any grown man should already have his shaving system dialed in & something that works for him.
Dad should already have a knife or 2 for camping and self defense, if he’s a knife wielding kind of guy.
If your man loves Whiskey, and he’s that worried about ice watering it down, let him drink it neat like the God's intended.
I shouldn’t even have to explain this.
So there you have it. These gifts are also solid choices for Dad's birthday and Christmas, but maybe don't wait till 2 days before to get your game plan together.
And in case you have one of those Dads/husbands who want to spend the day golfing away from the family, or the man princesses who actually expect fancy gifts and elaborate plans; I say don't get those bastards anything at all.
Personally, Father's day is a celebration of Fatherhood and all I expect is a little quality time with my family, and maybe a $100 Damascus kitchen knife that looks like you could use it to defend yourself from the Yakuza.