Win big with #WhatDadDoes

By Ashleigh Mayes June 9, 2017

 Celebrate Father’s Day with #WhatDadDoes 

He’s a hero in a horrible Hawaiian shirt.

Your personal cheesy cheerleader, who steals chips off your plate.

A blubbering bodyguard, watching you proudly from the sidelines, there at every football match (come rain or shine) and fighting off childhood boyfriends with an arsenal of naff dad jokes.

How embarrassing is your dad - Phil dad from modern family

Whatever his peculiarities, and no matter how embarrassing he can be, it’s undeniable that your dad is your biggest fan.

According to Ask Men, a leading men’s lifestyle website, a good father is an open-minded disciplinarian who leads by example – he understands his kids will make mistakes and provides unconditional love and support to guide them through the treacherous territory into adulthood (sounds like a tough gig!).

Baby in air lifted by dad to celebrate Father's Day

Tell us #WhatDadDoes for the chance to win a fabulous £100 Red Letter Days Gift Voucher and a £100 Robert Dyas Gift Voucher!

This Father’s Day, we want to celebrate his silliness and sentimentality by highlighting all the best and worst bits about him. Whether it’s weird, wacky or wonderful, we want to know #WhatDadDoes.

Has he got a particularly irksome habit that drives you mad? Does he still call you by your childhood nickname even though you’re most definitely middle-aged? Have you got any heart-warming memories of your dad you want to honour at this special time?

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By taking part, you will be in with a chance of winning a fantastic £100 Red Letter Days gift voucher PLUS a £100 Robert Dyas gift voucher to spend in store! All you have to do is follow our Facebook or Twitter accounts and share your story using #WhatDadDoes.

To new dads, old dads, stepdads, granddads, great-granddads and the paternal role models in our lives: Happy Father’s Day.

If you need some gift inspiration this Father’s Day, take a look at our sensational Father’s Day Gift Guide.

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Stacey Hill says

My Dad always makes me classic Dad dinners whenever I go round, i.e freezer dinners. Fishfingers, chips, beans, bread & butter. It takes me back to childhood (when Mum was out so he had to cook.) Trouble is I'm now 31! #WhatDadDoes

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Maggi Dignam says

My dad didn't do.... he was......First he was most amazing man who was simply always there when I needed him and who loved me through thick and thin and wouldn't hear a word said against me whether it was right or wrong. My partner in so much mischief and a special man who on the day I married gave me away but never really let me go ........you'll always be in my heart Dadda xXx

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yvette morgan says

My Dad always put me before anything and anyone else, I always knew I was his number 1 :) #WhatDadDoes

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Victoria Deacon says

Still cold me plum aka Victoria plum

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