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Gift Certificates for Dad

Dads sure can be tricky to buy for! When you ask what they want for Father’s Day, they say clean your room or stop fighting with your brother! Here’s our list of the best gift certificates to get dads that are impossible to shop for! Back to Article

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-Allie-
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-Allie- wrote:
2013-06-15 18:25:18 -0700

yea!

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hugebear
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hugebear wrote:
2013-06-15 11:03:01 -0700

happy fathers day for tomorrow fathers

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kirkpatrick
kirkpatrick wrote:
2010-06-16 16:54:47 -0700

I"M COMING ON SATURDAY

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Britney912
Britney912 wrote:
2010-06-16 16:54:36 -0700

cassie what do you mean about tomorrow???????

your comieng to my house on umm.......... when are you comeing to my house?

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Britney912
Britney912 wrote:
2010-06-16 08:21:12 -0700

okay but i need to go bye!!!!

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kirkpatrick
kirkpatrick wrote:
2010-06-16 08:10:45 -0700

BRITNEY I"LL SEE U TOMORROW AT 4.40

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kirkpatrick
kirkpatrick wrote:
2010-06-16 08:08:50 -0700

BRITNEY

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kirkpatrick
kirkpatrick wrote:
2010-06-16 08:07:55 -0700

BRITNEY SAY SOMETHING

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kirkpatrick
kirkpatrick wrote:
2010-06-16 08:07:08 -0700

THIS IS COOL

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kirkpatrick
kirkpatrick wrote:
2010-06-16 08:06:46 -0700

I WILL

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Britney912
Britney912 wrote:
2010-06-16 08:04:52 -0700

cassie post a comment!!!!!

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kirkpatrick
kirkpatrick wrote:
2010-06-16 08:04:41 -0700

HI BRITNEY

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kirkpatrick
kirkpatrick wrote:
2010-06-16 08:04:08 -0700

HI

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Britney912
Britney912 wrote:
2010-06-16 08:03:10 -0700

hi

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Britney912
Britney912 wrote:
2010-06-14 20:12:28 -0700

yeah thats right but I don't have a borther I have a sister thats mean aswel!!!!

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Best Thing to Do for Dad?

  • Take him hiking, fishing, or some other activity he loves.
  • Cook all his fave foods.
  • Buy him those golf shoes he's been eyeing for the past month.
  • Leave him alone.

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