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Do you have a Dad who’s a real card? We have the perfect gift idea! For your chance to win one of 10 Queen’s Slipper prize packs, simply tell us in 25 words or less: “My favourite memory with Dad is _____”. Competition ends Sunday 4 September at 12pm. T&Cs Apply: http://bit.ly/2bBwxse

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When I was growing up my dad taught us all to play Gin Rummy. He use to buy chocolates as prizes and would let all of us kids win one after the other towards the end of our Saturday night card game. So my favourite moment is of dad holding that bag open for me to retrieve my winnings.

My favourite memory of Dad is getting horsey rides up the hallway to go to bed (even when I was 8 and my legs could reach the floor) also him brushing my long hair which he loved to do and also working on my first car with him

My favorite memory with my dad is when we were at the beach, and dad thought he saw a little hermit crab so he picked it up. But it was as big as his hand and it bit him. Dad screamed and ran away. From miss Mackenzi.

My favourite memory with Dad is getting up on Christmas Day to help paste the lamb on the spit with herbs, spices and lemon juice and allowing it to rotate for four hours until it was time for Christmas lunch.

My favourite memories of Dad would have to be spending time with him in the carport at home, where we would talk about everything from boys to home work to why things work the way they do. I still miss you every day Dad. You are and always will be my hero, mwah.

Dad is the best always there for us no matter what my.fav.memories is one of the many holidays we have taken together. Just dad and me. Then after my.kids came.i still.holiday with my dad we went on a cruise to Singapore when the.girls go to bed we.play cards and.drink together

Would have to be my wedding day when he turned all the clocks in the house back and got all visitors to aa well and the bridal car so I was.faahionably late, I was so going to be early until he "helped"

My best memories of dad showing me how to shuffle a deck of cards.. Thought it was magic!! Then poker he showed me...even how to make the poker faces Our next adventure!! Vegas baby

When my dad, who is terrified of heights and planes, flew from Brisbane to Perth to visit me for a couple of weeks! We had a fantastic time. Took a lot of guts for him to get on that plane.

Making a make shift sight out of old sun glasses and a toilet roll. Needless to say he used it once and the shooting range got laughed at and put it away. Still he has never been put off from making is own inventions. I love him for that

My favourite moment with Dad is playing '99' we have a well worn set of cards that travel with us all over the countryside. You can never miss a chance to play cards with the family.

My favourite memory is my dad teaching me black jack one cold wet Saturday night, it was such a great game he always let me win xoxo Snap is another favorite, old maid...

Going to work with Dad at the South Seas Restaurant in Melbourne where he cleaned and fed the live Crocodiles it was so cool.

My favourite memory with dad is playing old vinyl records

When I was 10 I bought cards from the Preston Market and always won when playing with Dad .. yipeeee. . he's my lucky "charm'.

My favourite memory with dad is him taking my sister and I to country race meetings. Just dad and his two girls, he loved it as much as we did!

Watching re runs of Brady Bunch after school and eating fish n Chips on a blanket in front of the tv with my siblings. 💕💕💕 #QueensSlipperPlayingCards

My favourite memory is him firmly (very firmly j with great dignity) saying "I did NOT renege" during a family game of 500. But we all thought he did!!

My favourite memory with Dad was when he drove 800km to see me because he couldn't get me on the phone because of floods.

Teaching me how to ride a bike when I was a kid. We would go to the local park and practice on the cement path around the water fountain. Then after we would go get a special treat to eat. It's one of my fondest childhood memories

loved teaching my kids to play snap we had hours playing great tool to teach them numbers then moved onto fish so thanks Queens slipper

My favourite memory with dad is playing 500 hundred every boxing night with his 4 brothers and nephews even tho it's many years past 💞

Spending hours walking together through bushland in search of the perfect fishing spot. Great way to get to know each other :)

You might not like to hear this, but my favourite memory of my time with Dad as a kid is the many nights spent playing Uno together. I loved it!

My favorite moment with my dad is playing matching pairs. We have spent many precious hours together. Now it's my husband and kids turn!!

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UNO FTW!

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