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Father’s Day Failures — 5 Sons Only a Father Could Love

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Let’s just be honest—dads always get hosed in the gift department when it comes to Father’s Day. The presents you buy him for Father’s Day—if you remember at all—are almost always way crappier than the nice thoughtful things you got for mom.

But you don’t have to feel too guilty about the miserable son you are because at least you’re not one of these guys. No matter how crappy your Father’s Day gift for your dad is, you can rest easy knowing that, unless you’re planning on using it to kill him or launch a military coup against him, it’s probably a safe bet you won’t crack this list.

Here are five sons only a father could love — barely.

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