That Hallmark card, the one with a picturesque scene of father and offspring wading into the sea holding hands, the one you picked after spending fifteen minutes in the Target card aisle, and spending five more minutes trying to find its correct envelope size?
That's not the one.
Ol' Pops won't appreciate that contemplative Thomas Kinkade rendering of a cabin in the woods on cardstock, no matter how heartfelt the poetic screed inside might appear. Know what he would appreciate? A good, hearty, chuckle. And who better to help you out with that than the rapscallions at Dad's Garage?
For Father's Day this year, the improv crew at Dad's are offering the Greatest Gift Of All: their own shining faces, on video. Talking to your dad. Saying funny things to him. For the Father's Day video cards, the Dad's crew will create and film a work of hilarity, custom-tailored to your own patriarch out of a few tidbits of information. Pay $25. See your dad pee his seersuckers at brunch.
We recommend you get the ball rolling on your dad's very own video greeting, because the first 25 people to snap 'em up get a $10 discount. Note: Dad's is only willing to exploit their own talents for 100 videos, so move swiftly. Otherwise, you're stuck with the Painter of Light and a Target tie.