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10 Ways to Make your Father Feel Special This Father’s Day

We all have a hero and we call him Dad.

Do you know what’s around the corner? – FATHERS DAY
Because doing little things can make a huge difference so why not plan this Fathers Day the perfect way to make your Hero feel extra special.

Here is a list of ideas you can pick from to plan this fathers day and make your dad feel extra special.

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1. A DAY OFF FOR DAD

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Ask your dad to take a day off and let him be the way he likes it. He is the boss of the house so, make him feel like one by doing the little things- serving bed tea, making his favourite food and doing all his chores.

And if he is not the man who stays at home then why not to plan the day out his way with all the places and things he would like to explore, because nothing is more pleasant than spending quality time together.

2. GO TO THE BREWERY WITH DAD

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For the fathers who are too cool to be sober plan out an outing to the Brewery to cool him off and have a Good Lazy Day. A refreshing glass of beer never goes out of date to bring people closer so it’s surely a big tick mark. Join him to try Different craft beers and he might find a few favourite picks for himself and you would be the one to thank.

3. THE ADVENTURE AWAITS FOR DAD AND YOU

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If your father has a die-hard passion to explore adventurous places then a well planned short trip never goes out of date. He will love to ride around a jet ski or try Heli-Skiing. Pick the activities you think he might love to try out and then plan a place which you can head on to.

4. FIRE UP THE GRILL TOGETHER WITH DAD

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Father’s Day is best celebrated with family and amazing food, so bringing out the charcoal for the grill is a no-brainer. Take the opportunity to learn a thing or two from Dad or simply cheer him on as he serves plate after plate of delicious goodness.

5. GO BOWLING WITH DAD

Bowling with family
Men are crazy about cars and games so a good bowling session can be a fun way to spend quality time together filled with joy.
Bowling is a great family activity so it can be your kind of perfect day out.

6. BOOK A LIVE SHOW FOR FAMILY

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Let your Dad relive the old age when going for live shows, movies, etc. was a routine. A show big or small of his taste will make him feel young and fresh once again.

7. BOOK A MASSAGE FOR DAD

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Why not give him the extreme pleasure of lazing out and experience one of the best massage so that he can truly feel at peace. There is no one who do not like getting pampered so this option can surely be the right pick to gift him this father’s day.

8. WATCH MOVIES WITH DAD

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Laze around and Make this fathers day a movie night at home screening the best movies back from his time. A lot of you might not like old movies but why not go for it once.

9. PUT ON A SHOW TO MAKE DAD FEEL SPECIAL

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If you want things the perfect way plan out a dramatic surprise accompanying a nice soothing decoration followed up by screening your old pictures. Then dinner and ending the night by a nice song sung by you.

10. HOST A BARBECUE FOR DAD

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Get your entire big fat family together for a reunion on this Fathers Day.
An extra special element to it will be to plan out a barbeque and try cooking the best barbeque recipes from around the globe.

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