Keep it simple, stupid!
Sure, you can spend lots of money on extravagant gifts, but at the end of the day, the father of two insists practical gifts are really what every man wants.
As for Carson, he’s buying his stepfather See’s candy and scotch…easy enough! In fact, all of his children get him the same thing.
“My father will get 14 gallons of crappy scotch and enough English toffee to feed a small army and he will love every minute of it! You know why? Because it’s practical.”
So what does Carson have on his own Father’s Day gift list?
“You cannot have enough vodka in my house. You just can’t. It’s gonna get used and it’s expensive and I appreciate the fact that that’s thoughtfulness.”
“How about a golf shirt because you know I like golf? Very thoughtful, but guess what? I’ve got 800 golf shirts and I only play golf half a dozen times a year. Vodka? That’s an everyday deal!”
Dad’s not a drinker? Carson says a man always appreciates a new supply of socks or you can go the old school route.
“Grease your old man. Give him cash. Grease him. Your father comes from an era when greasing people went a long way.”
- What are you doing for Father’s Day? Let us know in the comments section!