I think that as far as holidays go, Father's Day seems to get a lot less hype and fanfare than Mother's Day. I nearly missed it although it might have been because Australia celebrates dads in September, not June. But still. Much less Facebook and other social media shout-outs are seen when it comes to dads. Yes, men can be harder to shop for and yes, they might be more reticent in expressing their feelings.. but I doubt that they dislike the attention a little special day would garner them. You can argue that every day is Father's Day (or Mother's Day.. or whatever holiday you want it to be really), but if your country's set aside a day to celebrate dads, then celebrate, we shall! :) What kind of plans do you have for the dad in your life?
For me, it used to mean making cards and walking around to his den to give it to him. As I grew older, the cards had to be mailed as I went off to university and then unfortunately, it's now boiled down to a phone call once I started working.
Making a scrumptious selection of greetings to celebrate dads is up there on my list of things to do, just because I think my dad (and all dads) deserve more than just a little phone call on a day dedicated to their awesomeness!