Men are simple. Strip us down to our basic needs and we’re really incomplex. We all LOVE bacon. We all love a good campfire. We all hate shopping. We don’t use shallow new-age tools like Pinterest to get ideas for what to build or make or do or wear—we use our natural, testosterone-infused instincts to craft our masculinity.
Those instincts, of course, can be traced back to the lessons of our fathers—the men who gave us “the talk,” taught us how to cut a steak and change a tire.
This Father’s Day, use the intuition dad gave you to get him something manly. A gift that shows him you care, a small token of appreciation for being the original man’s man.
To help you get started, we put together a straightforward gift guide that contains absolutely no fluff. Enjoy our manliest Father’s Day gifts.
- <h2>The Alphabet of Manliness </h2>The <a href="http://alphabetofmanliness.com/" target="_blank">Alphabet of Manliness</a> has been called the "Bible of Manhood," and it's hard for us to disagree. Internet sensation and one name wonder Maddox penned this satirical look at the world of men. In it he teaches us how to properly dropkick someone in the face and, more importantly, how to keep our ladies happy. Surely, your dad could use this guide, but if he's already at the height of manliness, he'll still get a few laughs from this literary gem.<p> Price: $11.99 (paperback)