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What Should Dads Teach Their Sons?

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In honor of Father’s Day, a survey asked which essential lessons, both big and small,  boys and men learned from their dad.

Here are some of the best lessons learned from Dad:

A solid handshake

Basic mechanics, like “lefty loosey, tighty righty”

How to tie a tie

How to change oil and tires

How to fix basic things around the house

How to save and budget money

How to treat women well

How to calculate a tip

How to drive safely

How to vote

And that when you’re delivering an uncomfortable message, like breaking up with a girlfriend, do it in person — like a man. (Harris Interactive)

What do you think are the lessons (both big and small) a father should teach his son? (Comment below)

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