How many dads do you know that are a skoosh to buy fathers day gifts for? None? That seems about right! For according to research, whether it’s a birthday, Christmas or Fathers Day, finding that perfect gift for notoriously difficult-to-please guys is a bit of a headache. Ah, but not anymore!
Forget the socks for your fathers day gifts
Socks, golf jumpers, go-kart days, or another Jeremy Clarkson book. These gifts are hardly very unusual – and pretty much exactly what dads will expect. So why not surprise him with uniquely scrumptious super-delightful-delicious retro sweets fathers day gifts? Whatever your age – and his age – there’s a bag, jar, box or hamper to suit his taste.
Guide to kids for fathers day gifts
Under-10s: Youngsters will be relying on their pocket money to buy the bestest fathers day gifts. Penny Fun sweets, such as shrimps or Drumstick lollies, make a great choice and won’t eat up all of your precious pennies! Perhaps you could club together with your siblings and splash out on slightly bigger fathers day gifts, for example, a Dinky Glass Jar of Rhubarb and Custards (this jar can be personalised to send your daddy a special message). Remember to ask mum or another adult to help you to order on-line.
Teenies: We reckon you might want to be a little more extravagant than your younger siblings on your dads’ special day of the year so here’s a selection of great fathers day gifts for you. Here’s a few tips: Dads of a certain age (around 40 to 60) love Fry’s Orange Creams, boxes of Black Jacks and Cola Bottles. If dad is a fun father then he’ll also love anything from the Space Dust and Sherbet range. You might have trouble keeping your hands off these super cool fathers day gifts!
Guide to grown-ups for fathers day gifts
Dads under-50: The ultimate fathers day gifts for dads born in 1960s, 70s and eighties is the fabbie 60s, 70s and 80s Decade Sweet Gift Boxes. Oooh, these are just brimming with their favourite childhood sweets!
Dads over-50: And we have special sweetie gifts for fathers born in the 50s, too. Your dad is so going to utterly love these sweet-filled fathers day gifts, which includes such oldies delights as Pontefract Cakes, Sherbet Lemons, Black Jacks, Fruit Salads, Rhubarb and Custards, Gobstoppers, Peanut Brittle, Pear Drops and oh so many more.
Sure to please: One thing we have discovered over the years is that daddies, dads, fathers, father-in-laws and dad-in-laws love liquorice. We’ve no idea why, but our Loadsa Lovely Liquorice boxes and jars seem to go down a treat. We’re sure they’ll be much loved for a fathers day gifts, too.
Could it be that buying your fathers day gifts from now on will be a skoosh?!