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Poll From: 06/10/2014

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Father's Day is June 15th - have you purchased a gift? Submitted By Eliseyface, MD
Yup - he's gonna love it!
Not yet, but it's on my list
We don't give gifts
Other - let us know in the comments
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TristGamer
on 08/01/14
didn't purchase, just wrote a card
smileysunshine
on 06/28/14
I don't know him
scarlett01963
on 06/28/14
he's gone in 2009
Belle1960
on 06/25/14
My dad passed away in 1995.
ruthd1948
on 06/25/14
My father died in 1982.
TheMadam
on 06/23/14
My dad passed away in 2000, so no.
MidnightDreamer2
on 06/21/14
Always bake my Dad lemon bars - his favorite!!
DestinySeeker
on 06/20/14
TheMadam liked this  
I general bake my Daddy his favorite pie. It's impossible to buy anything for him. He would prefer the pie anyway since my mother isn't alive to bake for him anymore.
Kaumana2099
on 06/18/14
suprajanarayanan liked this  
can't afford too buy gifts
katcraner
on 06/18/14
My father passed away
Hard2b
on 06/18/14
No, my Pop is gone on.
1of8
on 06/18/14
No father, husband, or son.
PartyGurl2
on 06/18/14
I Stayed Away From My Dad Last Month Ago.
danthelyn
on 06/17/14
This year, my husband and I decided to take his parents out for lunch on their respective "special days". We let them pick the restaurant and it gave us some quality time with them. Added bonus, we didn't have to worry if they'd like what we got them. Of course we still did cards!
Sadly, my mother lives across the country, so we could not do the same thing for her (on Mother's Day), and my father is no longer with us.
tkmeier
on 06/17/14
I am a father.
NCC1701
on 06/16/14
My dad is no longer living.
SWAMMI
on 06/10/14
Belle1960 and 9 others liked this  
my dad is on the last step of his journey in this life. he is dying of lung cancer and has maybe months left.... my sisters, brother and i decided that the best and only meaningful gift we can give him is for the 4 of us and our adult children be with him on father's day. it's been many, many years since dad has been with all of us at the same time..... we plan to celebrate the life he's lived and what a wonderful, special and fantastic dad he has been to us.
MiisMoney
on 06/11/14
Belle1960 liked this  
SWAMMI this is one of the greatest Father's Day gifts you could ever give your dad! As tarheel4ever mentioned being able to all be together reminiscing about old memories and making brand new ones with your own children present will be an amazing gift for all of you. I lost my dad about ten years ago and one of the very best last memories I have is all of the family gathered around the table enjoying a family dinner together ... I can still see my dad sitting at the head of the table (he was suffering from pulmonary fibrosis and was on oxygen) laughing!!! :]
tarheel4ever
on 06/11/14
Belle1960 liked this  
So sorry to hear of your father's sickness. My father passed away about ten years ago from lung cancer. Trust me, the fact that your family is getting together to spend time with him is definitely the best gift. Tell him you love him and recount as many memories as you can with him - that will let him know of the impact he had on you and that's what all good parents want to know.
MiisMoney
on 06/11/14
tarheel4ever ... I'm very sorry for your loss. [I too lost my father about ten years ago after a battle with pulmonary fibrosis (lung disease).] I've read many of your comments and really enjoyed your responses and what you've had to say!!! Whether you've reflected on your own experience, made people try to think about an "idiotic" comment they've posted, offer sympathy for those who've lost their father or never really had a dad in their lives, etc., it's all been very well said!!! Thank you for that.

If you are a father, I imagine your are a great one! ;] If you're not yet a father, you are going to be an exceptional dad!!!
tarheel4ever
on 06/16/14
Thank you for your kind words. I'm glad you enjoyed reading my comments although I really didn't think anyone would be reading them since I wrote them rather late in the game. I was kind of amazed at the diversity of emotions associated with this poll and I wrote, as a reply, what I was thinking rather than keeping it to myself. I don't usually have a lot of time to read or comment on the polls but his one hit a nerve. My soapbox is that having a child is a big responsibility and parents, both fathers and mothers, need to know they can either be a hero or a zero. Your child is watching you and learning from you. Be their hero and produce a hero. :)
Thanks again - you lifted my spirits!
MiisMoney
on 06/11/14
My father lost his life after a battle with pulmonary fibrosis ... And we lost that GREAT man about ten years. He was truly an amazing, caring, creative, funny, kind man ... Literally would bend over backwards to help a fellow man, woman, child, or kitten. :) Everyone who knew him, loved him! I loved him!!! Life has never been the same. Ten years later and I still think about him often/daily. I miss him SO much! It breaks my heart his life was taken so early ... And saddens me that my future children (God willing) will not know the great man he was personally. My family will just have to teach them through stories, videos, and pictures. So, my Father's Day will be spent with family ... A barbecue with memories, stories, remembering my dad.
tarheel4ever
on 06/16/14
I hope your Father's Day went well and everyone was able to attend the BBQ and share a great memory of your father. I wish every child could describe their father using the same words you used to describe your father. I smiled when I read that he would bend over backwards to help a kitten - how sweet! He sounds like a remarkable man who did exactly as he should have - he made a wonderful impression on his child and will be remembered as such. What a tribute to him! What else could a father ask for? It is sad that his grandchildren will not know him personally but you can share him with them and make sure they know him through the person you have become. Mirror his goodness so your (someday) children will remember you in the same way. :)
ZoomtasticZone
on 06/16/14
Father passed away when I was 11, that was 27 years ago. So, I can't give him a physical gift anymore.
sannjay
on 06/15/14
He past away twenty years ago.
GMaLaLa
on 06/15/14
things are not too good for me right now can't afford gifts
kabece
on 06/13/14
No, my dad died 20+ years ago.
LaurelJoy
on 06/13/14
I haven't had the chance to look for a gift yet because I just got out of the hospital after being unexpectedly induced on Monday and having an emergency C-section Tuesday morning. My husband is now a father and my father is now a grandfather, though. Is there even a gift that could beat that? :)
SharonsMom
on 06/12/14
My Dad died six years ago at age 94 and my kids Dad died in January. This Sunday will be a miserable day.
GeniusTrophyWife
on 06/12/14
I sympathize and am sorry for your lose. My dad doesn't want anything to do with me and the man who raised me passed away. My husband & I don't have kids yet, but I do have a father-in-law but my husband takes care of those presents for his father. Fathers Day is miserable for me also because I miss the father who raised me so terribly much. My prayers will be with you on Sunday.
dolphygirl
on 06/11/14
noemif liked this  
My dad died, in 2007, at the age of 66. He died of congestive heart failure. So, I don't have a
dad anymore to give a Father's Day gift.
TTTgirl
on 06/12/14
GeniusTrophyWife liked this  
I'm sorry about your dad. Something that you (and others) could do is make a donation in his memory to your local animal shelter or rescue. If he wasn't a pet person, there are thousands of charities that would love to honor your dad by accepting your donation or volunteer time.
:-)
mskcurci
on 06/12/14
no i cant afford it, but atleast he will be with his son
AnnMars
on 06/12/14
Both my fathers have passed way.
Lesbob
on 06/12/14
No he passed away not long ago.
KatieDo
on 06/12/14
Dad passed away over ten years ago, and with the kids grown and out of the house, they do "Dad" gifts themselves now.
FloBel
on 06/11/14
He lives overseas so I will call him!
noemif
on 06/11/14
same here my pops passed away in '09
Liz56
on 06/10/14
GeniusTrophyWife and 5 others liked this  
Dad is 92 and still going strong, and still working part time!
nascarfan
on 06/11/14
lucky to still have him in your life. my dad died at 57- drove his car to the store- fatal heart attack. my mom didn't know he wasn't home until the police knocked on the door.
tarheel4ever
on 06/11/14
Wow - be thankful he is healthy and going strong. Just don't take it for granted - spend time with him while he is healthy enough to enjoy the visit!!
nascarfan
on 06/11/14
my dad died at 57 in 1992. my father-in-law died of cancer.
rhobow
on 06/11/14
Father has passed. No more gifting although I will visit his grave.
chaoticsammy
on 06/11/14
I wanna get something but i don't have the money but i think i'll be able to get some stuff through swag bucks though
mamawsuzie
on 06/11/14
my dad has passed away
iBiggs
on 06/11/14
My dad passed last September
jiggy313jiggy
on 06/11/14
micahwood50 liked this  
My Dad passed away in 2006. He is loved and missed.
1clown
on 06/11/14
My dad passed away many years ago..
5grandgrlz
on 06/10/14
Boze2 and 2 others liked this  
My sympathy to everyone who has lost their dad. Although this poll is just for fun it still may bring up painful memories for some.
tarheel4ever
on 06/11/14
I realize everyone processes grief differently but I hope when I'm gone, my child will want to remember me rather than trying not to be reminded that I existed.
MegaExperience
on 06/10/14
mpants liked this  
As if father's day wasn't painful enough for everyone you made chose "other". One year for me, so it's still fresh. Hire someone to monitor your polls.
tarheel4ever
on 06/11/14
Maybe "other" seemed less painful that the words dead, deceased, deadbeat, etc. And, you only needed to make a comment if you wanted to. Come on, my father is dead but I don't blame Swagbucks and I'm happy to remember the man he was although not perfect.
3sunflowers
on 06/10/14
thevaz74 and 1 others liked this  
My dad and father-in-law are still alive as is my mom and mother-in-law. Sympathy to all who have lost theirs. I don't want to think about the day when one of ours will leave us. It will be very hard.
tarheel4ever
on 06/11/14
hornet22oz liked this  
Think about it and do something about it - after they are gone, it's too late. Spend time with anyone you love....lots of time. Make time even when it feels like you have no more time to spare. You'll never regret it.
littlenut
on 06/10/14
I know how you feel, my. Dad dies in '01 and I still miss him every day. He was and always will be my IDOL, he was a great father and an incredible human being that left this earth too soon.
tarheel4ever
on 06/11/14
All the wonderful comments are a tribute to your father! I wish every child felt the same way toward their father. All men should covet being a hero to their child - who else will even think about them when they're gone? You were blessed with a good father - make him proud!
RandomSnatcher
on 06/10/14
katiedid425 liked this  
My dad wants me and my siblings to come to his church. Though I'm deist.
tarheel4ever
on 06/11/14
It's because he loves you and is concerned for your soul. You should feel blessed. Read all the comments about fathers who are absent, abusive and non-caring.
katiedid425
on 06/10/14
I hope you go & go w/an open attitude not a "I'm only coming because this is what you want dad & I'm going to struggle to make the best of it & let everyone around me know I don't want to be here" attitude (I have seen that quite often which is sad :( )
goldennana
on 06/10/14
I never get to see my father except on Christmas for 5 minutes.
tarheel4ever
on 06/11/14
Five minutes a year is definitely not enough time for a father to spend with his child. Ask for more. Demand more!!
Pug28
on 06/10/14
tarheel4ever and 2 others liked this  
I will not be able to celebrate Fathers day with my dad as he is no longer with us. Enjoy being with your father whatever it is he wants to do. Tomorrow is promised to no man.
tarheel4ever
on 06/11/14
It certainly isn't. Spend time with anyone you love. When they die, you always regret not spending more time with them. It's too late then.
vwhitsitt
on 06/10/14
tarheel4ever and 1 others liked this  
My dad passed away. Enjoy your dad while you have him!
tarheel4ever
on 06/11/14
Amen to that! My father passed away ten years ago and I wonder if he knew how much I appreciated him being a provider and always being there. So many fathers abandon their children...I was blessed.
feelinfine101
on 06/10/14
My father has passed, miss him terribly, he was my hero
tarheel4ever
on 06/11/14
What a tribute to the man your father was to have his child call him their hero. You were blessed. Make him proud.
JesusFollower7
on 06/10/14
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tarheel4ever
on 06/11/14
A great tribute to your father - to be called the best father in the world. I wish all children could say that about their fathers. So glad that you know he is in heaven and that you will someday be with him and your heavenly Father.
Chrissy83
on 06/10/14
tarheel4ever and 1 others liked this  
My father is 75 with many health problems, and the gift we give him continues all year long. We take care of his house, do his cleaning, take care of yardwork, make dinners, take him to the doctor, take care of maintenance on his car, etc. I have 4 sisters and a brother and throw in the nieces and nephews and Grandpa can enjoy his family without worrying about his house. He has said that means more to him than any material gift (although he does say the occasional lottery ticket is sort of fun!!)
tarheel4ever
on 06/11/14
What great children your father has - the perfect gift!! So thoughtful to take care of his needs rather than buying some unnecessary gift. I applaud you and your family!!

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