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[GIFTED] BirdieBox 

Your dad loves golf.  He keeps a standing tee time at the local country club.  He was subscriber #1 for Golf Digest.  He zones out for hours in front of golf on TV (which is equivalent to watching paint dry as far as you're concerned).  That's why you'll be the child of the year if you get him a subscription to BirdieBox for Father's Day.

Your dad will tell you he doesn't want anything for Father's Day because he thinks gifts are ridiculous.  "Take the money you would spend on me and put it in a savings account, or better yet—an IRA." He's LYING.  And you'll find out how much he's lying when your mother calls to tell you how GIDDY he gets when he opens up his BirdieBox each month. 

Available in one month ($45), three month ($133), six month ($260), and one year ($500) subscription packages, the BirdieBox comes filled with $100 dollars worth of merch each month—socks, shirts, cigars, snacks, sunglasses, visors, golf balls, special tees; everything your golf-obsessed dad is sure to love.    


[GIFTED] Giant Connect 4 Game

Remember Connect 4?  The docile little game that you probably played for maybe 15 minutes at a time before you got bored?  The game that would drive your mother crazy because it involved pulling a lever and having literally 40-some tiny pieces come spilling out the bottom?  Yeah, that's Connect 4.  And while it was no Guess Who or Hungry, Hungry Hippos, it had its charms. 

And its charms will be AMPLIFIED with this giant version of it ($170, Convenient Gadgets & Gifts) that you can play in your yard while you're enjoying a million beers. 


[GIFTED] Personalized Cutting Board

You're friends with a couple of foodies.  They met in the olive aisle of Whole Foods or at an exclusive food event.  They blow entire paychecks on dinners at fancy restaurants and are always Instagramming pictures of incredibly complicated dinners they made together at home while you're sitting on your couch munching on a Stouffer's French Bread Pizza.  They make you want to throw something.  Or maybe get around to learning how to cook one of these days.  But this isn't about YOU.  

When these two lovebirds finally get engaged (you should be stoked for the food served at their wedding, at the very least), everyone is going to buy them kitchen stuff.  They're going to be knee-deep in crockpots and Le Cruset.  You'll want to get them something more unique, and this Personalized Cutting Board ($155, Uncommon Goods) is the perfect thing for that.  When Ed and Alexis (or whatever their names are) are chopping up basil for some complicated dish you've never heard of, they'll think about how great you are (and maybe, just maybe, they'll invite you over for dinner).  


[GIFTED] Intersection of Love Art

Every couple has a mental list of places that are significant to them and their coupledom.  Maybe it's that bar where you both were shitfaced at and shared a basket of curly fries and then a cab home together ON A WEEKNIGHT because you were young and wild and FREE.  Maybe it's that place he took you to for brunch that actually ended up not serving food.  Maybe it's that cabin in the woods where you took your first romantic getaway together.  These are all plot points in the great map of your relationship (GOOGLE DON'T STEAL THIS CONCEPT FOR A GOOGLE MAPS AD THAT WILL DEFINITELY MAKE ME CRY), so why not document them for posterity's sake with this Intersection of Love Art ($125, Uncommon Goods)?  

It's customizable to include two names, two important dates, and different color combinations, making it the perfect engagement, wedding, or anniversary gift.


[GIFTED] Be a Bag Tote 

People who don't have children will endlessly complain about how once people do have children, their social media feeds become an endless parade of baby pictures and posts crowdsourcing information on ultra-absorbant diapers and organic baby food.  Non-parents don't want to see any of this shit. 

Here's the thing about social media, though—what you post is a direct reflection of your life.  Remember how you used to post albums full of drunken photos in college and now you're only posting pictures of what you're eating for brunch and your dog and what buildings look like from your commute home?  Yeah.  So, it's only natural when you have a kid that you start posting pictures of the thing that is literally taking up all of your time and energy.  

And nothing says, "LOOK AT MY KID RIGHT FUCKING NOW" like this Be a Bag Tote ($420, Anya Hindmarch).  It's the analog approach to baby pictures and it's adorable.