Survey examines what dads really want this Father’s Day

Survey examines what dads really want this Father’s Day

Survey examines what dads really want this Father’s Day

Especially when a Google search of "Father's Day gifts" comes up with everything except what you need.

According to the National Retail Federation, Father's Day spending in America should reach $15.3 billion in 2018.




I'd inherited my father's eyes and nose, they said, as well as his nearsightedness, work ethic, and calm, soft-spoken demeanor. Yeah, us, either. If youre anything like us, youre probably preoccupied with the cookout menu to plan and the Fathers Day card to carefully choose (you know, one thats equally sentimental as it is amusing, because #DadHumor). They found that they want 11 hours of me time per week, which is the equivalent of around 24 days a year. The survey lists going to the movies, watching sports and a playing a couple rounds of golf as a few of the answers received.

Seventy-seven percent of Americans are expected to spend an average of $133 per person treating his or her father to clothing, gift cards, electronics or a special outing.

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