Because not all dads are into hammers
You’re looking for a unique gift for a father that’s not into hammers and barbecue? This year, surprise him with a thoughtful gift that will be to his liking without ruining yourself.
For the sports fan
Your dad never misses a game of his favorite team and even has superstitious rituals to make sure his team wins, like always wear the same socks, eat the same pre-game meal or pray the hockey God? Why not treat him with a fashion accessory of this team so that he can proudly show his colours?
For the sitcom fan
Your dad constantly watches the same tv shows because he is convinced that the new ones can’t possibly be as good as the ones he’s been watching for the last couple or years? Why not offer him a derivative product from his favorite show so that he can argue with style next time you will try to make him watch something else?
For the role-playing game fan
Your dad organizes his schedule according to his D&D game nights and has a chest in which he preciously keeps all the 20-sided dice that allowed him to vanquish powerful enemies in his previous campaigns? Why not treat him with a new dice set to add to his collection and, more importantly, to make all of his fellow adventurers jealous?
For horror stories fan
Your dad truly enjoys having a good fright and likes seeing you having the shivers while he tells you every detail of his last encounter with the horrific creature hiding in your basement? Now might be a good time for payback! Why not treat him with a good horror story so that you can enjoy seeing him having cold sweat too. Who knows, he might be the one scared to visit the basement next time.
For the Pokemon fan
Your dad grew up watch Pokemon anime tv show and is still attached to this franchise? Why not treat him a small accessory figuring his favorite Pokemon? And who knows, he might decide to catch them all. (Ba-doum-tsh to this dad joke)
For the video games fan
Your dad firmly insists on racing with the same character every time he plays Mario Kart and he’s tired of having to repeatedly explain you why the main character of the Zelda franchise isn’t even Zelda, but a knight named Link? Why not offer him a derivative product reminding him of the video games he used to play as a child or even one figuring his favorite character at the moment?
The Legend of Zelda hat – Metal mold Hyrule shield – 22,99$ (more options here)
For the escape room and investigation fan
Your dad has read all Agatha Christie’s novels, watch all episodes of the Sherlock Holmes tv show and even insists on rewatching old Columbo episodes just to satisfy his passion for detective investigations? You must undeniably introduce him to one of the Unlock! games. While providing you quality family time, these games will certainly satisfy his inner detective.
For the Star Wars fan
You stopped keeping track of the number of times your father said : “Luke… [khhh]… I am your father” nor the number of hours he has spend building a full sized R2-D2 replica that isn’t even finished yet? Or maybe he’s able to tell you the color of each Jedi knight’s lightsaber with his eyes closed? If that is the case know that, first, your dad is awesome and, second, he most likely deserves to be reminded that he’s the best father… in the galaxy.
For the action movie fan
Your dad knows every single quote of all Die Hard movies and he’s convinced that he’s somehow related to John Wick, even if he’s a fictional character? Maybe he even tried training your dog to do the “Pow, pow, you’re dead” trick? If that’s so, why not introduce him to action comic books, such as BRZKRK, a violent new series about an immortal warrior’s fight through the ages co-written by none other than Keanu Reeves (let’s face it… this last fact attests of the badassness of the series all by itself).