Father’s Day Diss?A 1/4 Americans Don’t Plan to Get Their Dad Anything

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Dads have it rough.

A recent survey reveals that most Americans think dads get the short end of the stick on Father’s Day, compared to the heaps of attention moms get on Mother’s Day.


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The NationalToday.com and Postmates survey  indicate that 69% of dads surveyed and 74%  of moms surveyed think fathers are cheated from recognition of their role and contribution to parenting.

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It’s so bad that 1 in 4 Americans don’t plan to get their dads anything for Father’s Day.

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While 24% of respondents say they have no plans to buy anything for Dad this Father’s Day, another 44% will spend $50 or less on dad, and the other 32% will spend $50 or more.

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But it’s not like dads want stuff anyway. Like how many ugly ties and socks can one man have in his drawer chest?

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Of those surveyed, 49% of dads say time with family is the best Father’s Day gift. Gadgets and electronics come in second (12%), followed by gift cards (8%), tools or appliances (8%), and sporting equipment (6%).

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The least popular Father’s Day gift among dads? Office supplies. ha! (Editor’s Note: Not my dad. He loves Office Supplies)

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Here is to hoping you all do things for the dads in  your lives today and make them feel special too!

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