Father’s Day has arrived, and Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is here to help you with those oh-so-hard-to-buy-for fathers out there. What do you get for the man who has it all? He has you as a son/daughter, so what more could he want, right?
Your time, of course.
In our experience, a new golf driver or that new power tool might get Dad excited, but what he really wants is a day with his family.
With that in mind, here are our recommendations for things to do with dad to make it the manliest Father’s Day ever.
Take him to Fuzzy’s Taco Shop
Not that we’re male dominated by any means, but you gotta eat and Fuzzy’s is a great place to keep things light. Delicious tacos and a lively atmosphere will keep the party going, making it the perfect start—or finish—to Father’s Day.
While you’re at Fuzzy’s, you might as well make your meal a competition. Order two jumbo burritos and see who can eat theirs the quickest. It can also be tacos, enchiladas, nachos or quesadillas. Heck, you can even have a salad-eating contest. We think if it has “eating contest” at the end, it doesn’t really matter what’s being eaten, right? Just be sure to chew your food (sorry, Mom made us put that in).
Beer is good and should be drunk with your dad on this day. You can do this at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop. Open up a can of foamy goodness and reminisce about all the good times—and maybe even laugh at some of the bad.
Do something extreme
Go dirt biking off a mountain into a lake, go hunting for warthogs, ride go-karts through your neighborhood, go see a KISS cover band. Just do it extreme!
Action movie marathon
Van Damme, Schwarzenegger, Seagal, Stallone or Statham. These are your movie idols on Father’s Day. Plop down on the couch and get to “hiyah”-ing all afternoon long.
Drink more beer
Beer is good.
Any sports will do. Play some basketball, catch a baseball game or re-watch your favorite college football game from last season. And remember, unbridled enthusiasm and yelling are encouraged.
Get your game on
If sports aren’t really your dad’s thing, teach him how to play your favorite video game (he might even be better at it than you). Or dust off that Nintendo 64 and let him show you how gaming is really done.
Whatever you decide to do, as long as you’re with Dad, his day will be fantastic. It just doesn’t hurt to add some Fuzzy’s, beer and go-karting into the mix.
Happy Father’s Day!