noun fa·ther’s day \ˈfä-thər’s dā\
1. the third Sunday in June, a day on which fathers are particularly honored by their children, especially with gifts and greeting cards
Of course, you’ve been carefully tracking that “third Sunday in June” part.
But in the highly unlikely event that you’ve lost your way, there’s this: the Father’s Day Gift Guide. It’s a slideshow stocked with wearable, edible and golf-able items for the guy known as “Pops,” “Dad” and “the old man.” You can take a look at it right over here.
Maybe keep the “old” references to a minimum.