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Gift Ideas For Father's Day 2013

Father€™s Day is just around now just two short weeks away and if you haven€™t already started looking for the perfect gift, WhatCulture are here to guide you. fathersday1 While an apron may not immediately stand out as the most immediately appealing gift for a man, but this isn€™t just any old apron; this is a butcher€™s apron. Appealing to all meat lovers and barbecue kings, this apron has a stylish print consisting a cow, pig, chicken and a lamb. It comes in a slate grey colour and is slightly longer than your standard high-street aprons, ideal for protecting Dad€™s from unforeseen spillages! Available at NonOnTheHighStreet.com. fathersday2 If you€™re looking for something that has been personalized, look no further than the gifts from PersonalCreations.com. From Man Cave Doormats, to Cast Metal Garage Signs, all of the stuff you see on the site can be personalized to your requirements. Our personal favourite is the Man Snacks Bucket, which comes full of goodies in a box that has your Father€™s name emblazoned across it. fathersday3 Dad€™s love beer. We all know that. But with so many beer related gifts on the market, choosing one can be tricky. One of the best we€™ve seen this year is the beer soap, available at Firebox. The soap is available in one of four popular brew €œflavours€. So whether they are a Guinness man, or prefer a Stella, you€™re covered. The range of soaps have been formulated utilizing real lager and stout, creating a rather boozy experience in the shower. Just make sure they don€™t try and eat it. fathersday4 For Dad€™s who love their football, the personalized football team history book from PrezzyBox should go down well. All of the major events from a team€™s history have been carefully compiled into this hardback book. It stands at an impressive 38cm high and the front cover has your Father€™s name printed across it. Further personalization can be done by adding your own message of up to 140 characters, a number of characters everyone should be now familiar with thanks to twitter.

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