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A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the Web. This week: last-minute Father's Day gifts, cheap men's grooming, what to use dryer lint for, how to spot counterfeits, and saving on summer vacations.

1. 30 stores offering in-store pickup: cheat sheet for you last-minute shoppers

[Fat Wallet] Father’s Day is 48 hours away. Still haven’t bought a gift? Here’s a list of online retailers that offer in-store pickup – from Apple to Ace Hardware. Dad will never know you waited till the last minute.

2. Mr. Cheap’s guide to grooming

[Five Cent Nickel] Speaking of dad, here’s another list. This one can convince the cheapest dad to still take care of his appearance, from haircuts to nail clippers.

3. 7 uncommon uses for common household items

[MoneyNing] A butter knife can do more than cut butter. Hairspray can double as bug spray. And don’t even ask about dryer lint. Just read this creative list.

4. 4 ways to identify fake or counterfeit merchandise

[Money Crashers] Here’s a sobering stat: “Approximately 5 to 7 percent of the world trade is in counterfeit goods.” If you often buy online from places like eBay and Craigslist, this is a must-read.

5. Saving money on family summer vacations

[Gen X Finance] Hey parents: Weary of reading all those stories about how you won’t be able to send your kids to college? Worry about that later. Go on a summer vacation – and maybe save some money that can go into a college fund.

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