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My 2 year old nephew somehow managed to order stuff through Alexa. That kid is silly sometimes.
I'm 25 and I don't know how to order stuff online
They should be banned from online ordering and made to walk to shops.
Those high waists and hoodies don’t hide all that fat you lazy ass kids 🤣
My 89 year old mother did not know how to order anything online (nor how to use email either) up to the day she died a few years ago.
I also live near both Amish and Mennonites. A few of the Mennonites know how to order online; but most have no clue (or even how to use a computer or smartphone).
I don't think its an age question.
It's more appropriately a lifestyle question.
I'm sure they should know by the time they have learned how to read.
By that same logic, you should know how to construct an Boeing jet since you can read and the instructions can be obtained from somewhere
In the modern era? If you want my honest opinion, they should probably know how by 10. That's roughly when I learned and that was back in 2011.
Edit: But don't give the kid your card information. Let them do it through gift cards.
I don't think they should be doing it until they're 18 and/or make their own money. Letting a child freely order things online with money that isn't theirs is a recipe for disaster.
I had my mom order a thing or two for me online as gifts in my teens, but I think I was 19 or 20 when I first made an online purchase for myself.
My 5 yr old grandson got my son's phone and ordered a $150 toy on Amazon. My son didn't know until the toy arrived. I think it's my son's fault but kids today have way too much online access.
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