Sorry, Pops, but you're still getting something. (And you're gonna love it!)
Here's the thing: Your dad or husband may think he doesn't want anything for Father's Day. And the man has a point, after all. He's likely already up to his neck in neckties, has enough sports memorabilia to open a neighborhood watering hole, and thanks to these socially distanced times, doesn't even need a proper shaving kit, for goodness sake! But even if it seems he's genetically wired to shrug his shoulders and mutter "nothing" when asked what he'd like to unwrap come June 21, chances are there's something out there in this big ol' world of ours that will bring a smile to his face. And to that we say: Challenge, accepted! You can embrace your crafty side and attempt a DIY gift for dad—this beer bouquet is pretty clever, after all—or consider one of these finds for new dads if it's a first-time Father's Day, but if you'd rather surprise him with a quirky, where'd-you-find-that? sort of something, start right here. Does he love to grill? How about a monogrammed steak brand?! Is he a baseball enthusiast? How about a board game customized to his favorite team?! With everything from a caddy that'll hold his beer in the shower to a clever cure-all for his best dad jokes, these fun-loving finds—some more practical, some intentionally frivolous—may just convince the ol' man that maybe, just maybe, he wants something after all.