Popular Australia DadShop Spreads To America With Humorous Mens Gifts

Choosing a gift for dad can quickly turn into a serious matter which requires taking into account his personality and interests. But what do dads like? 

Oftentimes what works better is injecting a bit of humor into the process and giving him the gift of laughter. One ecommerce site in Australia is quickly gaining attention around the world for its funny gifts for dads that are sure to crack a smile.  

Gags for Dads

DadShop.Com.Au has tons of unique gift ideas for any man, dad or not. From funny aprons, to card games and printed shirts, the site has something for everyone- and of course it has to be funny. 

Take for example the customizable apron that reads “The man, the myth, the legend,” or “World’s Best Dad, (according to the kids)”. The ability to print anyone’s name on these dad gags also gives them a personal touch not found on the average gift. 

The site also offers themed ‘Isolation Survival Guide’ kits to make time spent at home during lockdown a little more entertaining. While these times have certainly been tough for many, the team behind DadShop firmly believes that laughter is the best medicine. Choosing any product from their “Have a Laugh” kit is sure to make sharing the gloomy days memorable. 

From a Dad Jokes card set, to a fart sound box (with multiple buttons for choosing a personalized fart experience), each gift is unique and cheeky. Toilet dwellers might even appreciate the title “52 Things to Do While You Poo.” Those in Australia who are much more cultured would probably prefer “The Little Book of Foreign Swear Words.” 

Searching on DadShop is Half the Fun

Searching gifts for dads online can quickly become frustrating due to the amount of options scattered all over the web. But searching on DadShop is an experience in itself, with unexpected gift ideas at every turn. 

Because of this, the site has seen increased popularity among international shoppers who seem to spend longer looking at items than a typical ecommerce store of its size. Four out of five shoppers look for a minimum of 3 items on the site, while some view over 10 gifts in a single session. 

These types of analytics are useful to determine shopper interest and demographics within and outside of Australia. Notably, shoppers are also spending much longer than normal looking at the different types of items and categories, which include “Beer Lover,” “Dog Lover,” and “Farting Stuff,” among many others. 

The average user spends more than 5 minutes browsing gifts for men, women, and children (and even pets!). According to a Hubspot study which looked at user habits during 2021, this is 5 times the average time spent on the average website. This also represents a 110% increase in user browsing time in just the last month. 

The stats show that people from all over the world who are looking for the perfect gift are turning to DadShop to find it. 

Gifts with a Purpose

While the Australia based site may seem to take humor seriously, there is a deeper mission behind the gifts they offer. Some of their categories, such as “Explore the Outdoors,” and “Spend Time as a Family,” speak to connecting with each other. 

In times of social media and constant digital distractions, it’s nice to bring the family and friends around a physical object that requires interaction. 

These types of gifts include a classic game of cornhole, or a 1000-piece NASA Galaxy jigsaw puzzle. Whether it’s a board game, or a game of darts, these gifts for men are also for the entire family to enjoy. 

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