Father’s Day hasn’t been the same since my father passed away. He passed away in 1995; he never even got to see his granddaughter. I remember his stories of ‘the old days’ and what it was like when he was growing up. These are all stories that he will never have the chance to share with his grandchildren. Since my daughter’s father isn’t in the picture; nor has he been since she was 3 years old, she won’t have the opportunity to have a “Go Ask Dad” moment. Instead, she has her uncles, friends, and my partner.
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In a world where screen-time often outweighs actual face time, the internet has become the go-to source of information. Teens are turning to the internet for answers to their every question. Through a simple search, the internet can serve up a surplus of videos and how-to articles in seconds, but do the results truly give the answers teens really need? Is the internet providing that personal touch? Emotion? Love?
This Father’s Day, Gillette is reminding people everywhere to “Go Ask Dad” for answers to their everyday questions. While your Dad will certainly appreciate a card (or a new razor) for Father’s Day, taking a moment to ask his advice will mean more to him than you might guess.
94% of teenagers ask the Internet for advice before their dads. On Father’s Day we wanted to change that. To show the power of dads we pitted dad versus the internet. The results proved that this Father’s Day you should go ask dad.
Check out these Father’s Day video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmWRODY0ing from Gillette where real teens and their fathers participate in the “Go Ask Dad” experiment. In the end, they come to an important realization: while the internet may “know all,” it turns out that Dad may actually “know best.”
This Father’s Day helping dad look his best doesn’t have to break the bank. Forget ties, socks and underwear, get dad a gift he’ll actually use and his face will love. The new Gillette Fusion ProShield razor has lubrication before and after the blades so his skin will be smoother and shielded from skin irritation and at only $14.99 the Gillette Fusion ProShield won’t irritate your bank account either. To take your gifting game to the next level, why not get dad a subscription to www.GilletteShaveClub.ca so he never has to worry about going out to buy blades again.