When there's something you don't know, where do you go? The answer for many of us is Google. Got a question? Type it in and get any number of possible answers on a multitude of websites. When I wanted to learn to crochet, I Googled "how to crochet?" and up came a long list of YouTube videos with detailed beginner instructions. Of course, some sites and sources are more reliable than others, and you have to learn whom to trust.
First with the big guy, and now with Boo, I have made a point of teaching them how to identify reliable online resources, and how to avoid the more iffy ones. Of course, when I was growing up this just wasn't an issue. If we had a question we either went to the encyclopedia or our parents. And we knew we could trust those sources!
This Father’s Day, Gillette is reminding people everywhere to “Go Ask Dad” for answers to their everyday questions. Father knows best, right? And while your Dad will certainly appreciate a card (or a new razor) for Father’s Day, taking a moment to ask his advice will mean more to him than you might guess. You want a misty moment? Check out this video and see what these teens think of the advice they get from Dad & from Google.
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Does Dad shave? Help keep him looking his best with a gift of Gillette. The new Gillette Fusion ProShield razor has lubrication before and after the blades so his skin will be smoother and shielded from skin irritation, and at only $14.99 the Gillette Fusion ProShield won’t irritate your bank account either. You can even sign him up for a subscription box with www.GilletteShaveClub.ca so he never has to worry about going out to buy blades again. Choose your blade, add shave cream if desired, and click through to order with Amazon.ca. The gift that keeps on giving :)
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