Father’s Day is on Sunday, and if you’re a father you may know that the day can be packed full of “plans” and other stuff you likely have zero interest in doing. But, you go along with it because that’s what you do — that’s what fathers do.
Well, dear fathers, we’re here to help you take a stand. We’re here to finally give voice to your true wishes on Father’s Day. We’re here to give you what you want.
Last week, we polled a number of fathers and asked them just that: “What do you really want for Father’s Day.” As you can imagine, some of the first answers were in the vein of “just to spend time with my family;” or “to have breakfast in bed;” or some other stupid s*** like that.
We knew that couldn’t be it, so we promised full anonymity and some whiskey to get things loose and, well… let’s just say dad’s wishes for Father’s Day are pretty simple. Here’s a look at some of the answers we got:
And… we’re off. This was a common theme across the board, so if you want to make dad happy on Sunday, leave him the f*** alone.
Well, there’s a thought for next Father’s Day.
Good luck there, mate. But, never hurts to ask.
Math is hard. We should probably Google it.
Hallelujah! Sounds like a perfect day.
Cheap or expensive?
We say yes, but maybe not beg. It’s your day, man.
Translation: ‘STOP SPENDING MONEY!’
Sure, I guess? We’re not here to tell you what to ask for, but pretty sure Amazon can have that to you in about 24 hours.
Dads need some verbal love, too.
Who are we to deny you that?
Awwwwwww. Really mailed in that answer, uh?
There you have it: a peek behind the curtain of what dad really wants for Father’s Day. Now, we can help with the drinking part, for sure. The others, well…
To all the fathers out there, happy Father’s Day!