If you’re dad is happy to get a Brooks Brothers tie for Father’s Day, more power to you. I once got my dad a pink shirt and tie that remained in the packaging for 5 years. I regifted it to him over and over, and it became a running joke. Maybe learn from my mistake. Here are a few gifts that I’ve given/received and have gone over well.
If you still want to go tie, how about a bow from Robinson and Dapper?
If you’re dad is an occasional golfer and doesn’t have a GPS, he might like a golf buddy. My dad is retired and golfs all the time, so a full GPS makes sense for him, I use this just for quick yardage when I’m able to get out.
If you’re stuck in a tie rut, a handsome umbrella might fit the bill.
While we’re on a blackwatch kick, how about some golf draws.
An instant read thermometer is a great tool for the chef/bbq-er.
My number one Father’s Day pick is the Weber Smokey Mountain. Easy to learn, delicious results, you can enjoy it with him over a beer.
As a father to be, I thought I’d say what I’d want as well. I may be the guy who has everything, but I’m easy to buy for. A bottle of Blanton’s or a nice scotch, and a cigar sampler is all I need.This entry was posted in Embarrassingly effeminate by rsiv with no comments yet