Joseph Gibson took his son to a St. Louis, Mo., eatery on Father's Day – and found a surprise on the bill.
Joseph Gibson told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that he took his 3-year-old son to Friendly's Sports Bar & Grill on Sunday. Everything went fine, until the bill came. The receipt listed a soda, fried chicken, an additional chicken leg and this item: “F---in Needy Kids."
ManWrap takes the hassle out of wrapping a present.
Let’s say you actually remembered to buy a gift.
You still have to wrap it.
Martin Grix, director of the London-based company The Monster Factory, knows that’s not a strong point for most guys, so he invented ManWrap — no scissors or tape required. Just roll it out, place the gift in the middle, tear off a section and twist.
How to clip, shave and tweeze every inch of your body.
By Phillip Picardi for GQ Magazine
For most men, body grooming involves walking a delicate line between looking like a caveman on the beach or a member of One Direction. Then there are the more ... nitty-gritty aspects of grooming, involving places where the sun don't shine, and even some you've probably never considered before. To help strike that balance, we consulted top grooming experts on how to prepare your body for the summer. That said, body hair is a matter of preference — both yours and your partner's. In other words, don't buzz without asking her how she likes it first.
8 in 10 men knew they always wanted children, compared to 7 in 10 women.
About 8 in 10 men said they have always wanted to be fathers or think they’d like to be one someday, according to a recent Associated Press-WE tv poll.
Whether you like 'em or not, there's a reason you get kitschy gifts.
Dads, we love you — but maybe not quite as much as moms.
At least not when it comes to gifts.
From sleeping with baby to caring for an infant to sparking a child's imagination
Sleeping — with a toddler’s foot firmly planted in your face. Dealing with a job loss while caring for an infant. Finding fun and imaginative things to do with your daughter.
These are the subjects of three fun, and at times hilarious, new parenting books written by dads.
A little rough-and-tumble play can boost intelligence, creativity and connection.
This Father’s Day, make a little time for play.
Roughhousing with dad or mom can help boost kids’ intelligence, creativity and sense of connection, said Anthony T. DeBenedet, a physician and co-author with Lawrence J. Cohen of “The Art of Roughhousing."
Video emerges this week of bizarre and disturbing May 10 incident.
A bizarre video emerged this week of a naked man at a San Francisco transit station accosting commuters while alternating between doing handstands, cartwheels and other gymnastics moves on the turnstiles.
The video depicts a disturbing May 10 incident at a San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit station, SFGate.com reports. In the video, the man lunges at people in the 16th Street Mission station, knocking one visibly distressed woman to the ground, who then takes shelter in a station agent’s booth while the worker calls authorities