Your dad is the real MVP of the family. Without him, who would have told all the
corny totally awesome jokes, squashed nasty bugs, or inspected the perimeter after hearing a weird noise in the night? Show you love to the man, they myth, and the legend with a Father’s Day gift that is 100% not a tie.
If you want to go the extra mile to show your appreciation for the world’s greatest dad, take this quiz to find the perfect Father’s Day gift.
Give your dad, a.k.a. the Grill Master, awesome grill gear this Father’s Day. This way, dear old Dad can stay busy, take his grill game to the next level, and provide the rest of the family with tasty food. If that isn’t a win-win situation, we don’t know what is.
If your dad hasn’t started on his journey to
charring every edible piece of food zen through grilling, use this Father’s Day as a chance to get him a high-quality grill that’ll make him the talk of the town!
After years of making sure the kids make it through childhood, chillin’ like a villain is every dad’s dream. This Father’s Day, give Dad the gift of rest and relaxation with a case of his favorite brew. If you live near a cool pub or microbrewery, gift him beer and family time with a brewery tour!
Man Cave Gadgets
In the event that your dad isn’t Batman, and he just liked having time to himself in the man cave, help him trick out the one room in the house Mom let him decorate with cool man cave gadgets.
Sometimes, the best gift you can give is peace and quiet. This Father’s Day, give Dad a break, and a nap. A hammock lets your dad enjoy rest and relaxation, while spending time in the back yard. (Bonus points if you give a combination gift of a hammock and adult beverages.) Even if Dad isn’t the napping type, he can still kick back and survey the family home from a hammock.
NewHomeSource cannot confirm or deny any claims that your father is Batman. We also cannot explain why he retreated to the man cave when bat shaped “clouds” appeared in the sky, either.
After graduating in 2016 from The University of Texas with a degree in English, Sanda Brown became a content writer for the BDX with a focus on website copy and content marketing.
At the BDX, Sanda helps write and edit articles on NewHomeSource.com, writes website copy for builders, and manages a team of freelancers that work on additional content needs.