Fathers always say, don't by them anything. Doesn’t matter what the holiday is: Father’s Day, Christmas, or even their birthday.
If anyone does buy them clothes, the shirts should be medium-sized If someone happens to insult them by giving a large, they will refuse to even look at it.
Needless to say, children still buy gifts for their fathers for Father’s Day.
If you are still trying to decide on the perfect gift, we have a few ideas for you.
For the athlete
and have the latest in running shoes, archery goods gadgets, gizmos and goodies. Hibbett has heart rate monitors, earphones and sunglasses. But if your dad is an outdoorsman, then N & M Sports is the place to go.
For the golfer
When you think Father's Day, many people's mind flows straight to the golf course. And dad's are no different.
Head over to , at 1 Golfview Dr.
The course is a full 18-hole public golf course which has been going through improvements.
Call 636-296-4653 to make a tee time.
For the thinker
If your father likes a challenge, can think on his feet or in his seat—if he commutes to work—why not consider some of the brainteaser games and books offered at Barnes and Noble, in Fenton, which has a variety of games, puzzles, crosswords and other items for sale.
For the man cave man
Does your dad own an interest in Duck Tape? Does he take to his man cave for projects on a regular basis? Does he clean his tools and neatly organize them? If you answered yes to any of these questions then you need to hit the hardware store, whether you stop in at or . It's a good guess that anything project related will please your father. Maybe a new wrench, an impact driver or even a new level.
If none of these ideas suits you there are always gift cards, books, music and clothing. Or, as one Facebook friend mentioned, take a photo of his children with the cut-out word "Papa" and will frame it for Fathers Day. Sounds like the perfect gift.