Finding something for dad can sometimes be a difficult feat. Give me a gift card for me and I can do some serious damage. Give me a gift card for me to buy my dad a gift and I’m sweating a little. Dad’s always seems so difficult to buy for because what do they actually like?! Every year seems to be the same thing, from cufflinks to socks, perhaps a new belt or something similar and although lovely gifts, it can become quite repetitive. One thing I have learned is that most dad’s also appreciate the funny and crazy gifts, especially if it can make them laugh! So, if you’re scouring sites like Noveltystreet.com to find the perfect gift, looking for crazy shit to buy might just make your dad smile this father’s day!
Well, I’m here to share some unique gifts I found to hopefully help you on your quest for the perfect Father’s Day gift.
For the “Family Guy”
It’s so important for dads to spend time with their daughters, so the perfect Father’s Day Gift from a kid to her Dad is BLURT, a game they can play together. $26.95 at Barnes and Noble
For the “Gadget Lovin’ Dad”
How about a modern and practical gift this year for Dad? The Sonicare FlexCare+toothbrush by Philips is a wonderful gift for Dad. After the first use, Dad will glide his tongue and feel the sleek, clean feeling after brushing with this electric toothbrush! $189.99 at local retailers like Best Buy, Target, Meijer, ect. Click buy on (this page) to find a retailer near you.
For the “Casual Dad”
Get Dad a pair of casual, comfy shoes for Father’s Day! Crocs has a new line of fashion forward, casual, comfortable shoes out! This shoe is called the Santa Cruz and it’s $49.99 at Crocs.com.
For the “Corporate Dad”
Does Dad’s corner office need an extra special touch? Does he need a break from those big deal decisions? Get Dad the Putt Up or Shut Up (Golf) Rug Kit. $139.99 at Flor.com.
Get Dad a really nice ergonomic pen for Father’s Day from Baum Gardens. It is made polished aluminum and evenly distributes the pens weight in Dad’s hand. Only $4.99 and it comes in lots of different colors.
For the “Handy Dad”
Does the smell of wood excite Dad? Does he love to create,things for the home to add his “special touch”? Get Dad the Dremel 8200 cordless rotary tool for Father’s Day this year. $106.89 at Sears.com
For the “Detroit Dad”
How about a bright colored bouquet of flowers sitting in the back of a ’48 Ford pickup truck? Treat Dad to something different and special. What a fun way to brighten his office and his day! $46.95 at Teleflora.com.
For the “Athlete Dad”
The Timex Ironman with TapScreen technology is perfect for the dad that likes to time his runs and look good while out for his morning jog. $90 at Timex.com.
Does Dad like to spend time out by the pool or beach, but needs his credit cards handy for food or beverages poolside? Then the Ogon wallet will be a perfect Father’s Day gift! It also protects credit cards from being demagnetized, can be engraved, and is RDIF certified. $39.00
For the “Chocolate Lovin’ Dad”
If Dad is a chocolate lover, I have two yummy suggestions for you! These gourmet organic truffles will melt in your mouth! Starting at under $20 from intemperantia.com.
For the Dad that travels, these tins of chocolate from The Chocolate Traveler (shown above) will make a sweet treat! $29.99 for a 12 pack box.
Let grandpa show he’s still got it with items from Old Guys Rule. From t-shirts to hats, Dad can show that he chooses to live life to the fullest no matter what his age! Tees $19.95 at OldGuysRule.com
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