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More often than not, Father really does know best!

Not only can Dad provide a sense of safety and stability, but he can also guide them through important life challenges just by being a loving role model.

Children watch what their dads do every day. They see how he acts and behaves. And they often use those lessons to grow.

A Father’s Day survey by Not Your Father’s Root Beer reveals the top skills and lessons their Dad’s taught them!

30% of people say their father taught them how to cook

Domestic Scene

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30% of people say their father taught them how to manage money

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25% of Millennials say their father taught them how to clean

Warrick Dunn

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14% of people say their father introduced them to beer

Heineken Heaven

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8% of people say their father taught them how to hide junk food from their mom

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Other skills people say their dad passed on to them. . .

How to ride a bike

Learning To Ride

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How to drive a car

Former President Ronald Reagan Passes Away

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Repair and maintenance

Plumber Install Water Saving Devices In Home

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Decision-making skills

Early Voting Begins In Swing State Of Nevada

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Change a tire

Over One Hundred Dead As Major Tornado Devastates Joplin, Missouri

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Leadership

Soliders From Army's 3rd Brigade Return Home From Afghanistan To Fort Knox

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Read a map

Record Number Of Migrants Stream Across U.S.  Border, Straining Resources

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How to deal with stress/problems

Ted Heath

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