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    Bottle Opener T-shirt If Dad likes to be both the hero and the life of the party, this combination shirt/ bottle opener will make that possible. Of course, if your dad's a tool, this shirt will just make him a useful one.
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    The O2 Trainer This gadget may seem like a mini oxygen tank, but it does the opposite and limits oxygen. The O2 Trainer, created by MMA champ Bas Rutten, is supposed to help an athlete by decreasing the amount of air inhaled into the lungs so the lungs get stronger. You not only build up your endurance, but actually walking around in public with this device builds your imperviousness to ridicule.
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    Blanket Support Sleeping in summer can be a struggle. Your shoulders want a blanket but your feet want cooling air. This device raises the blanket enough to make your tootsies happy. Plus, the device is somewhat hard to put together so you're liable to be really tired the first night you use it.
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    Wine Glass Holder Necklace Is your dad one of those guys that talks with his hands -- especially after a few glasses of wine? The wine glass holder necklace lets him get his drink on, while still telling boring stories with wild and nervous hand gesticulations.
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    Superman Boxers With these cape-covered boxers, your Dad will know his kids think he's a Superman. The fact you're hiding his fat behind is just a side benefit.
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    Chicago Cubs Waffle Machine Chicago Cubs fans have to put up with a lot, but there is no reason they should have to put up with bad paninis or waffles. This machine features the team logo and will presumedly still work even late in the season when the Cubs are usually toast.
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    Couch Potato Cross Trainer Your Dad's doctor probably wants him to get more exercise, but your pop probably just wants to chill and watch the tube. The Couch Potato Cross Trainer satisfies both. It's a weight that attaches (badly) to a remote control, giving Dad a chance to get some weight training while he's channel surfing.
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    Maple Bacon Coffee You already gave your Dad bacon for Christmas, now you can give him bacon-flavored coffee. It might see like a terrible thing to do, giving him caffeine to make his heart pump faster, combined with bacon's well-known artery-clogging properties, except there is no real bacon in this product. Trust me, I looked all over for it.
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    Tervis Brew Wrap When your dad goes off to work in the morning with a mug of freshly brewed coffee, think of the joy he'll have when the mug looks like a glass of beer. Think of the hilarity that will ensue when a cop pulls him over, sees the mug and think he's violating open container laws.
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    Big Bobber In earlier times, Dad was forced to choose between napping on a pool raft OR sitting near the beer cooler. That's no way to live. The Big Bobber floats in the water and keeps beer cool and right near Dad so he doesn't get too nervous.
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    Bruce Lee Fists A good father shares his values with his offspring, such as explaining why Bruce Lee is so much cooler than Bruce Lee. These giant fists make "electronic Bruce Lee sounds," which apparently like low-fidelity screeching. To be fair, that sound may make Dad want to punch the walls. Good thing the fake fists are thick.
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    Giant Tweezers Does your dad hate dipping his meaty paws into a jar trying to get the last olive for his martini? These giant tweezers will allow him to get it without getting pickle juice or olive oil over himself and contaminating the jar.
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    Power-lighted Cap There are none so blind as those who will not see. This cap features lights under the brim so he can search for stuff in a dark garage without turning on the regular lights. A warning: I still haven't been able to figure out how exactly to turn these things on.
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    Bacon Bandages Everything's better with bacon. Even bruises and scrapes? Yes! Sorry, they are not scratch and sniff.
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    Flashing Beer Mug If your dad likes to bore about the good old days when he used to go to raves and trip out on flashing lights, this flashing beer mug will remind him of those long-gone days. Unless those same lights cause him to have an acid flashback.
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    Power Flask If Dad gets nervous if his smartphone charge gets below 50 percent, this flask will ease him mind. It keeps up to three devices charged while you're out and about, allowing him to have a clear mind (unless he's drinking from a different kind of flash at the same time).
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    Bacon Candle If there is such as a thing as truth in advertising, it's this bacon-scented candle. It smells overpoweringly like bacon, almost oppressively so. Outdoors it is less choking than indoors.
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    Glove-based Sensor Dads who play golf can improve their swing with this glove that records the motion of the swing and sends it to his smartphone so he can analyze it to death. The product is obviously geared toward real golf, but it will probably work on miniature golf as well.
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    Man Hands Soap Most soaps are filled with perfumes and make men smell like women. Man Hands soap tries to reverse decades of olfactory prejudice by making soaps scented like manly things such as bacon, beer and bonfire. I imagine sweat or body odor scents are out of the question.