2019-05-23 05:33:34

Father’s Day!

Michael:

Q: What was your favorite childhood activity with your dad?
A:
I loved going to Padres games with my dad.

Q: What is one thing your dad taught you?
A:
Have a sense of humor.

Q: If your dad was a fictional character, who would he be?
A:
I can see my dad as a character in any Mel Brooks movie.

Q: What Maptote would you get your dad and why?
A:
The dopp kit! My Dad is a dentist and he is quite fond of the dental artwork.

Rachel B:

Q: What was your favorite childhood activity with your dad?
A:
Playing “mackees”. It was a game my Dad invented which basically consisted of a massive wrestling/pillow/tickling fight. He continues to play it with all the grandkids.

Q: What is one thing your dad taught you?
A:
Don’t sweat the small stuff. Although I do sometimes.

Q: If your dad was a fictional character, who would he be?
A:
Snake Plissken from Escape from New York (at least my Dad would want me to say that)

Q: What Maptote would you get your dad and why?
A:
My Dad is from New York and has lots of nostalgia for the city. He would love one of the NYC shirts we have on sale. They are a soft nice quality t-shirt and would make him the coolest Dad in Boca.

Rachel G:

Q: What was your favorite childhood activity with your dad?
A:
My brother and I would build massive snow forts filled with snowballs and when my dad would get home from work we would surprise attack him – which would inevitably turn into a huge snowball fight free for all until we were all exhausted and would go inside for some of his homemade hot cocoa.

Q: What is one thing your dad taught you?
A:
The importance of being self sufficient/sustaining.

Q: If your dad was a fictional character, who would he be?
A:
Wilson – the neighbor in Home Improvement.

Q: What Maptote would you get your dad and why?
A:
I would give my dad a London beach tote because it is where he grew up and he loves over-sized bags to carry groceries!

Lizzie:

Q: What was your favorite childhood activity with your dad?
A:
Exploring old building sites and digging up glass bottle artifacts from Camp Gordon Johnston, a WWII amphibious training site that was based in my hometown.

Q: What is one thing your dad taught you?
A:
He taught me to think outside of the box: that with a little creativity, there’s nothing that can’t be fixed or figured out.

Q: If your dad was a fictional character, who would he be?
A:
Definitely Macgyver!

Q: What Maptote would you get your dad and why?
A:
I’d get him a NYC Bandana to keep his head cool when he is working outdoors and gardening.

Posted on June 6th, 2013 by Maptote

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