Father's Day Gifts for the hard to buy for Father

With Father's Day coming up this Sunday, we all know how hard it is to buy for the fathers and father figures in our lives. So rather than shop around the usual funny socks and beer cosies that fill up the shop windows this time of year, we thought we would look around online to find the perfect present to give to your Dad this weekend.

Flatulence Deodoriser

Where there are Dads, there are farts. It seems to just become a course of nature in later life. But Dads seem to have this unique smell to them; somewhere between all the foods they have eaten that day and Chernobyl-levels of radiation. So how reliving is it to know that science has stepped in to solve this lifelong problem with Flatulence Deodorisers! Simply slip them into your father's underwear (preferably when they aren't occupying them) and all those stinky trumpet muffins will be transformed into a light and airy scent. Kind of like Febreeze for your bootyhole.

They come in a range of sizes, including full-sized seat covers, but Amazon are shipping them out for as little as £20 so there is no reason not to really.

Renaissance Portrait

Dads are like royalty to us. They prance about talking like they own the place (because they probably do), dish out orders at a moment's notice, and occasionally threaten the guillotine if you don't accept every nagging command. So why not immortalise them as the regal gent that they are with a seminal renaissance portraits. Some lad over in the states will commission a photo of any family member you have (including pets) and transform them into a ruff-wearing knight of the realm.

Each picture comes in at just over £30 when you adopt the exchange rate, and can be ordered over on Etsy here.

The Wangcaster

Dads and Dad Rock go hand in hand. Whether your paps is a tenured accountant or shop floor salesman, there is not a Dad in the land that hasn't wished of being a rockstar in his time. So why not make his dreams come true with the custom-built Wangcaster. This penis-shaped monstrosity has been designed and built out of guitar workshop Ed Roman Guitars in Las Vegas, and has quickly become their best seller to date. With its fret-flavoured shaft and ball-sack pick-ups, the detail on these bad boys is something we can all admire.

Ed Roman don't give prices on their site, but I'm sure if you ask nicely they can sort you out with a student discount. Visit them here.