As Mother’s Day approached, you were stressed out. Your mom is a queen. What could you get her that would show your appreciation? Hours and hours of window-shopping and browsing through Buzzfeed “best of” lists later, you finally found the perfect gift. All that was left was having a family breakfast and delivering the gift.
Now that Mother’s Day has passed, you’re super excited—not because your mom liked her gift, but because your worries are gone. There is nothing to stress about and summer is here. This year, you started the Keto Diet, found the p90x program for free on YouTube, and started your quest to look HOT. Your revenge body is totally ready and everyone will pay for not paying enough attention to you last year.
You’re about to take over Instagram with the classiest of pictures with just a smidge of skin showing. You even have the perfect captions ready, fit with the 100 emoji and a flexed arm to emphasize that you need to work hard AND play hard. Just sit back and enjoy the flood of likes and comments.
But suddenly, a feeling enters your stomach. Is it indigestion? Maybe, but you’ve had a good amount of fiber today. No… you remember…YOU FORGOT ABOUT FATHER’S DAY! Whatever will you do? You love your dad, but he literally has no interests. You already bought him a DVD copy of Top Gun last year, so that idea is out. What can you buy that doesn’t break the bank, but will bring a smile to his face?
Why not buy him a gift card to his favorite restaurant? Better yet, buy him a gift card to your favorite restaurant. Take him out for a day of fun and he’ll treat you with that same card. Perfect! But what will you do for a whole day?
You can finally break out the fishing supplies! Remember when you bought that kit from the Big 5 clearance sale? You read in GQ that the modern man needs to be acquainted with the outside world, so that’s what you tried. The one time you went out, your skin burned redder than a tomato and you never wanted to see the gear again. It was too big for your apartment, so you needed a solution.
Luckily, you stored your pole and tackle box at STORBOX. With unit sizes from 5×5 to 10×30 square feet and the perfect Pasadena location, you knew you could head back whenever you felt the call of the wild. Problem solved! Happy Father’s Day!