Rude Father’s Day Cards And Other Gift Ideas
Father’s Day is looming and with it comes the annual panic where you try and think of something decent to buy your Dad. Let’s face it, he doesn’t need another football top, another 24 pack of beer (although he may argue with you on that one), or whatever other Dad stereotypes you can think of. Start with buying him one of the “Dad You're The Nuts Happy Father's Day”, “Glad Mum Didn't Swallow Me Happy Father's Day” or “Sorry I Wrecked Mum's Vagina Happy Father's Day” rude Father’s Day cards from our cardshit.com website. You can’t go far wrong with a funny Father’s Day card now can you? But what else should you get the Father who has everything?
A cheeky Father’s Day card may get things off to a great start, but you need to back it up with an amazing gift too. However, the problem with most Dads is that they don’t have a lot of interests or hobbies beyond moaning all the time and switching all the lights in the house off. If you don’t want to be sending the old man a few “Sorry I'm A Cunt” rude sorry cards come the next day, then have a look at the gift ideas below.
A Subscription Box
The gift that keeps on giving, there is bound to be a subscription box to suit your dear old Dad. From curry, beer and socks to fishing supplies and coffee, your Dad will love getting his monthly gifts in the post long after Father’s Day has passed.
This may sound like a really clichéd and boring Dad-gift, but cufflinks are cool now. If your dad wears a lot of suits, then some Lego or superhero themed cufflinks are the perfect way to help him stand out from the crowd.
Personalised Framed Art For the Dad that has everything
There’s no way he’ll have a personalised piece of art. Whether you go for an illustration of your entire family, a photograph of his favourite place or a framed football shirt form his favourite team, this is your time to shine and give him a thoughtful gift that he can look at for years to come.
A ‘Grow Your Own’ Kit
Whether he likes coffee, beer, chilli, tea, mushrooms, or cider there’s a ‘grow your own’ kit to suit. Not only does he get the joy of growing and caring for the plant, he will enjoy the end product too.
Dads are notorious for stealing any chocolate lying around the house, so why not buy your Dad some of his very own. Forget a bar of Cadbury’s and splash out on some chocolate golf balls, a chocolate tool kit, or even a personalised bar of chocolate with his name on it instead.