...And if he doesn't have it, he'll go out and buy it before I get the chance.

This is what makes Father's Day difficult, if not impossible to do. What do you get the father who has everything, and has done so much for you that nothing within your budget would seem sufficient anyway?

The past few years, I do feel like I've gotten a little better at managing my money, and I considered buying him a (low-end) grill. But, as I normally do, I "thought" about it a bit too long, and he had the same idea and bought it himself.

A grill cover might work. He's not usually too picky about taking care of his grill on the outside but it's an idea. Football tickets for a game this fall? Hmmm...

He doesn't like to read much, listen to music (except for the radio...including our station...thanks for your support Dad!) or watch movies, so any of those items are iffy. I can't afford anything too high-end, either, so please, I'll take all the help I can get.

What do you get the man for Father's Day who already has everything? I'll probably be boring and just end up taking him out for a steak dinner. He'll love it because who doesn't love a steak dinner, but for some reason, it won't feel good enough on my part. He would probably be just fine with a cash payment as well.

I can't thank him enough for all he's done and still does for me, and he may or may not be reading this, but if he is...I love you Dad and thank you so much for everything you do.

So, KDAT listeners, I need a little help. Give me some ideas for the father who has everything. Happy Father's Day to all of you as well.

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