Give this six-year-old credit for figuring out that you can swipe your dad's credit card and buy stuff with it that you otherwise couldn't afford with piggy bank savings.
Deduct points for not knowing his father's actual name, however.
Ah, kids. They love pushing the envelope and trying to do adult things.
This one really showed some gumption, though, calling in a pizza and using his dad’s credit card to pay for the feast. It was a genius and delicious plan.
Until, of course, he was asked to sign the credit card receipt. Gulp.
The penmanship could use work, but we'll give him a pass on that due to his age. Signing "Dad" though? It was Amateur Hour in suburbia, clearly.
On the bright side, this is one American youth we don't have to worry about starting an identity theft ring. For that, we thank "Dad" and "Mom."
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