Does your Dad have everything? No, he doesn’t! We bet he doesn’t have a radio toaster or a magic wand remote! Check out our Top Ten Unique Picks For The Dad Who Has Everything–just in time for the Holidays!
James Perse already puts out the most insanely expensive, but entirely luscious brand of luxury t-shirts out there. Might has well get your Pops a ’60s styled limited edition James Perse surfboard to add to his collection of pretty things he doesn’t really need.
Is it a keg? Is it an old school arcade game? Guess what? It’s both! The Arkeg is pretty much every man’s dream in one console. If only a magical meat elf came with it.
If your Dad is really into facial hair, get him this “artsy,” photographic and instructional guide to have the fiercest facial hair in the neighborhood.
We know some father’s that are pretty obsessed with emergency kits–which these 300-calorie, 2-year shelf life Tactical Sandwiches are perfect for. Apparently they’re super tasty, so you might catch your Dad digging in when Mom’s not looking.
No one really needs a radio toaster, which is why this is the perfect gift for the Father who has everything.
Hopefully, your Dad will also not need this. But this clipboard can apparently deflect bullets and even if it’s sort of a morbid thing to think about, it’s also a pretty cool gag gift.
Spying on stuff is fun–especially when you are doing it with an R/C helicopter. Dad can spy on Mom lounging by the pool, his kids playing, or even on people ringing the doorbell.
Who needs a remote when you can change the channel with a wand? The Father of Magic, Merlin, had the right idea.
A beer created for the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, Royal Virility Performance Beer is an Indian Pale Ale that includes natural aphrodisiacs like herbal “viagra” and chocolate.
If you think this is a silly idea, ask your Mom why it’s potentially awesome. Or don’t. You probably don’t want to know the answer.
If your father truly does have everything, one of the best presents you can give him is the gift of giving. Pick a charity for him and donate on his behalf, or pick a website like JustGive.org and let him pick for himself.
That way someone who has nothing and needs something can benefit from your father who has everything.