The third Sunday of June is the day of honoring our dads, stepdads, granddads, ... and an occasion to show how original we can be. Unfortunately here comes the difficult part. It is much harder to find a great gift for daddy than for a mommy or a kid or even a significant other.
Some of the experts actually claim Father's Day is the hardest of all gift giving occasions. The good news is we can approach the problem with humor and if we can't find anything really useful, we can still present something funny. Everybody can use a good laugh from time to time, right?
It is interesting to compare gifts for Father's and Mother's Day. Presents for moms are on average from 30 to 50 percent more expensive and this includes treats like going out and pumpering with different leisure activities. On one hand it seems a father needs less (barbecue somehow suits him better than a fancy dinner, you give him one flower instead of a bouquet, ...), on the other they are much more demanding (just try to find better hammer than he already has!).
Statistics show about one third of greeting cards (the most popular present on Father's Day) are humorous and other popular gifts are increasingly going into this direction as well. After all, how many tools can you give to somebody who already has everything a living person can imagine?
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