According to greeting card makers Hallmark, Fathers Day is the 5th most popular card giving holiday of the year.
Personally speaking, it's up there in my top 3 holidays. Who else would be content with a slap on the back and a 'keep up the good work' ?
But then again... if your old man deserves more than some positive reinforcement, you might want to pop down to Lulu and get a little something like this...
assorted awesome cards, $5.50 Able & Game
face and body products from the good folk at Triumph & Disaster in NZ. It doesn't get more manly in the beauty department.
wallets from Status Anxiety. A man gift hall of fame-er.
been a while since dad had a good old frontal lobe workout?
Nano blocks will do the trick, and then some. From $12.95
We Wood watches, a new must have for men of sustainable style the world over. From $129.
Nah, these pencils don't do ninja moves, but dad
will still love em. Especially because you were thrifty at $14.95 a pop.
The credit card multi tool by Henley, $19.95. never get stuck without a bottle opener again.
Who said an old dog can't learn new tricks?
Otherwise known as the new Man (or woman) Bible. $24.50.
Not just for sucking up to dad, but practical too. $14.95
We can see him appreciating this. Bike Repair Kit, $29.95
Get him this and take him on a ride. The holy grail of affordable bike gifts.
Quality time, priceless.
What a lovely man bag.
By the impeccably accessorized Mr Elk. $169.
The weather man is predicting great things for Sunday.
Come for a stroll down bayside way - we'll be here from 11-5 solving all your gifting dilemmas.
You're welcome! :)
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