Father's Day: Do dads want golf stuff? – "I'm sure some dads enjoy golf gifts, but I'm definitely not one of them," Doug Gross, father of two and CNN.com technology writer, said. "Maybe ponying up for a massage to work out the soreness after a long day on the links -- or, for the rest of us, a stressful day at the office -- would be a better way to go."
Father's Day: Do dads want aftershave? – Toiletries are not the way to a modern dad's heart, so tread carefully in the Aqua Velva aisle. Byrom's reaction to a gift of aftershave? "Thanks a lot. Maybe next year I'll get some toothpaste or a stick of deodorant."
But Jack Walsh, a public television producer and father of two, has fonder associations with the bracing liquid. "My dad actually loved to get aftershave, or 'smellgoods' as he called them," Walsh said. "I would prefer something that would keep me from getting breakouts every time I do a really close shave."
Father's Day: Do dads want grill gadgets? – "If we've got the grill already, and we know how to use it, then you can save your grill gadgets," Byrom offered. Gross concludes that when it come to grilling, outsourcing might be your best option. "A nice dinner out where somebody else does the grilling for us? Now we're talking."