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Your Type Of Father

Submitted by on June 1, 2011 – 01:49No Comment

Last month there was a celebration with your mom. You may have gotten her gifts and showered her with special treatments such as cooking dinner for the night or cleaning the house. And perhaps your father chipped in when you bought her favourite cake to celebrate Mother’s Day.

This month, Father’s Day draws near. What do you have in store for the one man whom put a roof over your head? Often, fathers are being taken for granted. They only receive a card accompanied with family dinner. And perhaps, those of you who are really close to your father, a special car wash treatment.

I have rounded some interesting bits about the different types of father each one of us have, and how you can make him feel special this Father’s Day. If you guys have participated in the FREE Postcard Giveaway last week, these 4 pointers might look familiar to you.

1. The gentleman
He sends you to college/work every day and picks you up when you are ready to go home. He opens the door when you reach the house and locks it after you walk in.

This Father’s Day: Give him a break and chauffeur him to the office instead. Remember to pick him up at the end of the day though. Don’t want to leave the poor man spending Father’s Day alone in his office.

2. Giant protector
He grumbles about you staying out of home till late at night and repeatedly reminds you the importance of calling home whenever you will not be home. He gets you a pepper spray so that you can protect yourself when walking through dark alleys.

This Father’s Day: Rescue him from worry and anxiety. Reach home before he does and prepare a special dinner for him. Spend the night watching TV with him in the family room instead of hanging out with your friends.

3. Sugar daddy
He leaves flowers on the breakfast table on your birthday and buys you the new jeans that you have been eyeing for. He gives you the biggest piece of pizza because he knows that it is your favourite flavour.

This Father’s Day: Buy him the watch that he has been longing for, or bring him to his favourite hang out place. Lay his favourite chicken drumstick on his plate during dinner.

4. Disciplinary master
He thinks he knows what is best for you. He wakes you up on Sunday mornings and insists on going jogging together to keep a healthy body. And he complains every time your bedroom light is still on after midnight.

This Father’s Day: Show him that you are grateful for the values that he has instilled in you. Wake up early without him telling you and get ready to go jogging with him. Turn off your lights before he has a chance to complain.

In the upcoming weekend (19 June) would be the time to celebrate Father’s Day. How are you planning to celebrate it? Share with me.

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