He had his father's best interests at heart when he came up with THIS Father's Day gift!
Did Parker just "allow" his father to "bet" his car?
And if Brian wins that "bet," what exactly does he get out of it? He "gets" to keep his own car?
And who is paying for the dinner at Maggianos or the weekend in Beaver Creek should Brian "bet" that and lose?
I'm no dummy. I asked, "Who will pay for these bets?"
Parker responded, "I will.............with my credit card."
Oh yes, HIS credit card.
Who pays that credit card bill?
Oh and wait! Read the fine print at the bottom of the certificate -
This certificate is non transferable. Rules and regulations subject to change by creator only. All bets requiring money can be redeemed by cash or credit based on losers choice. Cheating will result in sudden loss and loser must fulfill all bets. Parker is the best. You agree that you will pay for all products you purchase through the Services, and that Apple may charge your credit card or PayPal account for any products purchased and for any additional amounts (including any taxes and late fees, as applicable) that may be accrued by or in connection with your Account. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TIMELY PAYMENT OF ALL FEES AND FOR PROVIDING APPLE WITH A VALID CREDIT CARD OR PAYPAL ACCOUNT DETAILS FOR PAYMENT OF ALL FEES. All fees will be billed to the credit card or PayPal account you designate during the registration process. If you want to designate a different credit card or if there is a change in your credit card or PayPal account status, you must change your information online in the Account Information section of iTunes; this may temporarily disrupt your access to the Services while Apple verifies your new payment information.
Did this just turn into an I-Tunes disclaimer?
Who wants Parker to give them a "gift" next holiday?