Every year, it's pretty much the same story when it comes to dads...it seems like everyone's conversations with their dads concerning what to get for Father's Day go the same way. Something like this:

Kids, spouse, etc.: "What would you like for Father's Day?"

Father: "Hmmmm...I don't know..."

It's a never-ending cycle, and it's pretty much the same every year.

However, if you're looking for gifts that seem to always work, refer to the list below:

  • Power tools: It doesn't matter what brand you get him, or which kind of tool it is, as long as it's a power tool of some sort, it's all good.
  • Meat: Preferably steak, but other kinds of meats work well, too. Also, I would advise NOT cooking it. Let him grill it up his way. That's as much of a gift as the meat itself is.
  • BBQ Accessories: If you want to go all out, get him the entire grill. If you aren't sure about that, then get him the accessories to go WITH the grill.
  • Massage Machine and/or Back Scratcher: Because, what dad wouldn't want and/or need these?
  • Gift cards to Lowes, Home Depot, or the local Hardware Store: If you aren't sure what to get him for Father's Day, let him get what he wants.
  • Cooler: Always a safe bet. Get a cooler, and if you want bonus points, stock it for him.

This is really just a starting spot for Father's Day gift ideas, but I hope it helps.

Oh, and one more thing:

Happy Father's Day!