We're getting closer and closer to Father's Day. Have you even thought about a gift? We didn't think so.
So, what do you get for the man who has everything? You could go with the old standbys: golf clubs, a big steak dinner, fishing tackle. If these suggestions don't suit your Pop, below CBS.com presents a few quick and easy solutions that will keep you in the will.
Don't worry if Dad's not a sentimental kind of guy. Sure, PC Flowers & Gifts lets you buy him a nice flower arrangement. But if all that daisies do is make him shrug or sneeze, fear not. The site also offers cakes, a picnic basket from Hickory Farms, and a much more manly-like ficus tree. Buy them all online.
If Dad's an avid reader, be sure to get to BarnesandNoble.com's Father's Day Gift Guide. The site offers books on everything from baseball to golf to cooking to history, and even some pop fiction.
Or, show Pop how much you appreciate him by taking him out to dinner. With reviews of more than 20,000 restaurants from around the world, Restaurant Row can help you find a great place to go.
CDnow makes it easy to browse and buy recordings online. Whether Dad likes jazz or hip-hop, classical or new music, golden oldies or modern rock, CDnow has all sorts of music for people who have little time to shop.
Produced by Joshua Platt