There needs to be a Father’s Day card that simply says, “Happy Father’s Day.” It can even be blue, that’s fine. But it doesn’t need all the stuff that men are supposed to “do.” No golf clubs. No grill. No beer. No tool set. No dominos or dice, to insinuate that they gamble all the time. Or a trophy that says “World’s Greatest Dad.”
Because what if you didn’t have the world’s greatest dad, but still just want to send a nice, respectable card? And let me add, what if you want to send a card that doesn’t cost $8 plus an extra $2 to mail because it’s oversized and decorated with something scrapbook dreams are made of. Just, no. Good dads deserve a great card. Bad ones deserve a .99 cent card, you know?
But really. Why are Father’s Day cards still so un-relatable? Why aren’t there plain cards with a simple well-wishing sentiment? Maybe we’ll just design our own.