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By I keep failing it all - / Sunday 2 June 2013 19:45 / Lithuania - Vilnius
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I agree. I would either give it to him anyway and let his ass be unhappy and deal with it while being happy because I did something great. Either that or give him nothing at all and not even recognize Fathers Day. Wouldn't say anything, just act like its another day so MAYBE he'll realize its better to have an appreciative daughter. Some people don't realize how good they have it until its gone and don't get it. And compliments to the name of your country: Lithuania. Its beautiful. I've never heard of it, but I know its in Northern Europe. What's it like? Is it pretty, if I may ask anyone who has been? :) Sorry

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My dad would rather not receiving any gift at all than have me spend my hard earned money on something he doesn't want or can't use. He's so hard to shop for! I usually just take him out to a nice dinner and keep things simple.(:

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Yea the appreciation of hard work and effort that goes into a present is often lost on men. Personally Im just as happy with something practical like a gift card as I am with something home made

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True, those are quite practical, but If I buy him gift cards then he has to go through the trouble of going to get the beer, and when I make my own, it never comes out fizzy enough..

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