(WVLT) -- On Average, we will spend $120 on dear ole Dad for Father's Day.
But we spent more on Mom for her day, over $160.
It's a spending gap of over 40%
So what’s the deal with Dad?
Forbes has a few theories:
Click here to see what they are
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