Fathers are superheroes sent from above to rescue us. This Father’s Day, pamper your dad with the luxury of your love. Here are some tips to make it memorable for both of you.
‘Every family’s story – fathers are car-obsessed and often responsible for every little chore, from car maintenance to gas payments. Give him a hand this Father’s Day and wash the car together. To make this day a little more special, put a tag on the car seat that says ‘kocham Cie tato’ – the Polish translation means ‘I love you daddy”
Write a letter
Nothing beats a sincere letter when it comes to love and affection. Write to your heart and express gratitude to your father for all he does for you selflessly. End the letter with “je t’aime tellement papa” – the French translation means “I love you dad” – and keep a box of tissues nearby in case your child gets emotional.
Let’s eat dumplings together
Everyone loves to enjoy Chinese food during the holidays, so why not our forefathers? Date your dad. To make the dish more special, the chef wrote ‘W ai n baba’ – the Chinese translation means ‘I love you dad’ – on the plate. It will definitely surprise him.
Play a word game
Word games can be another fun activity to do with your dad. Download Duolingo, make some coffee and bake some cookies while you learn a new language and have fun with your dad. Remember to include ‘appa salang haeyo’ – the Korean translation for ‘I love you dad’ – among all the words and phrases you learn. The thought behind the game is sure to make him feel special once he deciphers this phrase.
Play Shiritori – Japanese word game
Crossword puzzles are a fun activity to put on your Father’s Day to-do list. Play the famous Japanese word game Shiritori with your dad and memorize the phrase ‘Aishiteruyo, otsan’ – the Japanese translation means ‘I love you dad.’ This adorable gesture will melt his heart.
Watch movies together
Choose your father’s favorite movie genre and date your favorite man. Play the dubbed version of the film in a foreign language to provide some thought food. When the movie is over, say ‘ya lyublyu terbia, papa’, which in Russian means ‘I love you dad.’ He’ll be surprised by both your gestures and verbal commands.
Plan a bike ride
This will really make your dad nostalgic for the days when he taught you to ride a bike. Relive the good old days and ride a bike together. To make the ride more memorable, put a small tag that says ‘jeg elsker deg pappa’ – the Norwegian translation for ‘I love you dad’ on his bike seat.
Write down a poem
One cannot imagine acknowledging love for one’s loved ones without poetry. One of the most helpful ways to sum up your feelings for your dad might be to write a short but beautiful poem to him. Don’t forget to mention ‘uhibuk abi’ – Persian translation which means ‘I love you daddy’ at the end. .