Father’s Day is just around the corner… In a few days, actually. If you’re a procrastinator like me, you probably still haven’t gotten your dad the perfect gift. But it’s okay! I’ve done some searching on the Internet and found 5 Father’s Day gift ideas I’m sure he’ll like. Read on for some Father’s Day gift ideas!
5 Father’s Day Gift Ideas
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1) Funny T-Shirt
First, you can gift your dad with a funny shirt.
A few years ago, I got my dad a shirt from Old Navy that says “World’s Greatest Dad.” To this day, he still wears it. It’s time to update that shirt and get him a new one. Like this one I found on Amazon, that says “Best Farter in the Galaxy.” Bonus points if he’s a huge Star Wars fan! And who doesn’t love dad jokes?!
2) Pint Glass
Another thing my dad loves is beer. And lots of it. But he needs something to drink it out of. So why not some really cool pint glasses to match his funny shirt? That way, he can enjoy some beer in a pint glass and the funny t-shirt you got him for Father’s Day. You can find Hallmark pint glasses at Walmart for $19.95.
Besides quirky dad jokes and delicious beer, my dad also really enjoys watching documentaries. Whether it’s historical or scientific, my dad and I enjoy passing the time together by watching documentaries. He already has a few Vietnam War documentaries on top of Planet Earth, Blue Planet, and Human Planet. And Ancient Aliens is on Netflix. But we still haven’t seen Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey and I’m sure he’ll enjoy it.
4) Bluetooth Speaker
Along with his documentaries, my dad enjoys his music loud. I’m sure he’ll enjoy having a bluetooth speaker around him when he’s working in the garage or backyard.
Another educational (and entertaining) thing my dad likes is informative books. Just like his documentaries, my dad likes to read how-to books. We have a two-and-a-half-year-old Pomeranian that my dad is in love with. I’m sure a book filled with pictures of Pomeranians would keep him entertained. And maybe our dog could learn a few tricks from it.
A paperback version of the owner’s manual for Pomeranians costs $13.97 at Walmart. You can also find owner’s manuals for other dog breeds.
There you have it! These are my 5 Father’s Day gift ideas. I know they’re tailored to my dad’s own likes and interests but hopefully, you find something that your dad likes! And if you’re shopping for someone else, check out my other gift guides.
What other Father’s Day gift ideas do you have?
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