As a papa, I take Father’s Day seriously — but not the gifts.
My children know that I don’t wear ties, don’t need cufflinks and have no interest in shirts that make fun of my grumpiness.
Dads spend all time providing for their children, so typically all they crave on Father’s Day is something that they are able to construct them laugh and let them know that their kids understand them as people , not just parents.
As a public service, HuffPost Weird News is offering our annual Weird Father’s Day Gift Guide to help children find a gift that simply their daddy will appreciate.
Whether that entails a shark hat or an app that lets Dad stare at his sperm is up to you.