Everybody loves their dad, and writings important, so I think it’s time I drop ya’ll some Father’s day plots, don’t forget to leave your thoughts.

Sorry, I’m in a weird mood, by anywho! Get ready for some rockin’ plots in honor of Father’s day.

1. Father Biography

Okay, so we love our dad’s, but have we ever thought about our dad’s history pre-fatherhood? Seriously, I think it’s time you have a seat and get to know your dad. However, don’t take it lightly, get deep. What were their greatest struggles? How did they push through it? What do they find is their biggest struggle as a dad? Take the time to write about his struggles, and how he persevered. You might find yourself more thankful for him than you were before.

2. Best Times

Okay, so we love our dads, so the most clear plot idea?

Write about your best time around your dad. It’ll get you in the mood of appreciating him, if you haven’t already.

3. Write about your inside jokes.

So I’ve noticed I’m not the only one who has a deal going with my dad. I meet someone who also had a pun game going with their dad. I personally have a “comeback” war with my own dad, which is more or less is seeing who is better at burning each other. I’m not going to lie, this would make for some great stuff.

4. Write a story with your dad.

One thing my dad and I do is write skits or stories together. Nows the perfect chance to sit yours down and write a story or a skit or poem with him. Who knows, maybe it’ll be awars winning. Go ahead, give it a shot. Dad’s are creative buggers, aren’t they.

5. Write about your dad in a story. That’s right, I’m telling you to use your totally ginchtastic dad as the main character of your story. Perhaps he’s the cheerleader in a drama, or something more serious, like a detective in a case.

It’s all up to you.

And that concludes writing Prompts for Father’s day. Sorry guys that these are going up so late in the week, I’ve had a busy, odd week. That being said, I have a schedule to keep, and keep I shall. See you tomorrow, for ways to celebrate Father’s day!

Stay Ginchy,

HaziWords

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