Father's Day is how I mastered the art of the three-minute shopping spree.
I'd enter Target, choose the appropriate aisle -- housewares, clothing or paper products -- put a little effort into sizing (close enough is good) and check out.
Maybe it wasn't the effort-packed, heartfelt shopping I devoted to Mother's Day. But that was Dad's fault.
I mean, if he wasn't so agreeable, I wouldn't be so convinced I could give him anything and he'd still love it. If he didn't act so excited over generic ties or cheesy "No. 1 Dad" coffee mugs, I'd try a little harder.
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Oh, and maybe I wouldn't still be in therapy after finding a drawer of unused "Best Dad" gear.
OK, dads: It's your turn to fire back. What's the worst Father's Day gift you've received? What about the worst one you've given?