Rude Father’s Day Cards and Other Gift Ideas For Father’s Day
It’s nearly Father’s Day, and that means you need to buy a cheeky Father’s Day card and start planning a fun day of activities to show your Dad you care. Cooking dinner, or doing the dishes for a change may work for your Mum, but those things aren’t going to impress your Dad much are they? You need to plan a fun activity to make the day memorable and get yourself firmly in his good books, but what can you do? Start by buying your Dad one of the “Sorry I Take Up All Your Cash, And I Ruined Mother's Gash, I'm Glad I Was A Lucky Swimmer, Dad Your Ball Sack Is A Winner - Happy Father's Day”, “Thanks For Impregnating Mum - Happy Father's Day” or “Yoda Best Dad In The Galaxy #happyfathersday” rude Father’s Day cards from our cardshit.com website and we’ll take care of the rest. Once the all-important inappropriate Father’s Day card is bought, the rest is a piece of cake.
If you don’t want to be sending your Dad some of the “Sorry I’m a Twat”, “Sorry I’m a Cunt” or “Sorry I’m an Arsehole” rude sorry cards for not making enough of an effort, then you need to have a look at the following suggestions on how to show him a good time.
What father doesn't like alcohol right? So, why not treat your dear old Dad to a classy whiskey tasting experience? This can come in the form of a whiskey subscription box, a trip to the local pub, or even a distillery tour if you live near one. Whatever way you choose to treat him, just make sure there’s whiskey involved!
If your Dad’s too chicken-shit to jump out of a real plane, or you don’t have the cash to dole out for a real skydive, then go for the much cheaper indoor option to give your Dad a bit of a thrill. Complete with training, that funny jumpsuit thing and the opportunity to photograph him flailing around in a big glass room, this is the kind of experience the whole family can enjoy watching.
Nothing says “Happy Father’s Day” quite like a bit of modern warfare. So, get out of the house and get your Dad’s adrenaline going with some friendly competition at a paintballing centre. Paintballing is usually cheaper the more people you bring, so tell your Dad to bring his mates for a day out he’ll always remember.
If your Dad likes a bit of speed, then go-karting is sure to be a winner of an idea. Strap those helmets on and get whizzing around that track. Why not make it a bit of a competition to see who buys the pints afterwards?