Think about all the poor dads.
The number one gift on Father’s Day is a new tie, about $20 million worth every year.
Dads get relatively little respect in this mother-loving culture.
Father’s Day wasn’t made an official holiday until signed into law by President Richard Nixon in 1972, 58 years after the Mother’s Day’s designation.
Only 85 million Father’s Day cards are sent each year, compared to 150 million for its maternal counterpart.
And while Mother’s Day is the day when the most phone calls are made, Father’s Day is the day when the most collect phone calls are made.