In honor of Father's Day, take a moment to reflect on everything your dad taught you. And if you're drawing a blank, here's a cheat sheet.
A new survey asked people what skills or life lessons they learned from their dads. Here are the results . . .
1. A strong work ethic, 76%.
2. How to be a good person, 64%.
3. How to drive, 54%.
4. Financial responsibility, 51%.
5. Car maintenance, 40%.
6. Self confidence, 39%.
7. Good sportsmanship, 37%.
8. How to play a sport, 27%.
9. Gardening, 24%.
10. How to cook, 20%.
11. That uncomfortable lesson about sex, 11%.
12. Dating skills, 6%.
13. How to play an instrument, 6%.
The survey also found how people perceived their fathers as a kid . . .
68% thought he was smart.
59% thought he was handy.
54% thought he was funny.
53% thought he was a role model.
37% thought he was cool.
31% thought he was distant.
27% thought he was embarrassing.
21% thought he was fashionable.
And 16% thought he was lame.