It’s all about toys, toys, toys, for little girls and boys. And it’s no secret that every child’s most favorite holiday of the year is Christmas, if only for the slew of presents they will be receiving.
But when Christmas still seems like a long way to go, and you count months in between before a new toy miraculously finds its spot under your tree, then what’s a young kid to do?
Ashlynd from Arkansas proves she’s a smart and resourceful 6-year-old. She took matters into her own hands and found a way to buy all the toys that she wanted, without having to wait for Santa!
Six year old Ashlynd is fond of Pokemon, and she’s dying to have every Pokemon collectible out there.
As the story goes, Ashlynd and her mom were watching a movie together in their living room when her mother dozed-off and was fast asleep on the couch.
Being the sneaky little kid that she was, she grabbed her mom’s iPhone and set to work. Knowing fully well that it needed fingerprint-activation, she sensibly placed it under her mother’s thumb to unlock it.
She found her way into the Amazon app, where she then made 13 purchases amounting to $250, all Pokemon stuff!
It was the following day when her parents finally learned of their daughter’s stealthy ways. They were surprised to receive order confirmations, which they immediately believed might have been the result of card hacking.
But upon seeing all the purchases made, and realizing it had their correct mailing address, they both knew they were “scammed” by their little girl.
Ashlynd, being the crafty girl that she was, fully owned-up to her acts, and was even proud of what she’s done!
While many found this story to be rather cute and funny, some netizens aired out their concerns over how this little girl was already doing such things at such young age.
Only 4 of the 13 toys could be returned, so she got to keep all 9 Pokemon sollectibles. One lucky kid indeed!
KAMI wants to point out that young kids must be fully supervised all the time, and their parents’ guidance is necessary especially in their growing, formative years. Kids will be kids, after all, and they are bound to do a lot of foolish acts growing-up - what matters is that we continue to stand by them, to provide guidance and teach them right from wrong, and to reprimand them when necessary. It is also imperative that we serve as good role models for these young kids for them to emulate.
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