6-Year-Old Kid Refuses to Play with Gadgets, Prefers Outdoor Activities Like Camping and Fishing

At 6 years old, one boy is going viral because he refuses to play with gadgets. Instead, he prefers doing outdoor activities like camping and fishing! That’s definitely so rare to find these days, huh?

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Twitter user @zhariframli, the proud uncle, happily shares photos of his 6-year-old nephew Mikail Harith as the boy enjoys outdoor activities instead of playing with gadgets. While Mikail actually lives in a big city in Malaysia, with access to TV and gadgets, the boy actually prefers the weekends because the family travels to his grandfather’s farm where he could enjoy the outdoors.

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According to @zhariframli, Mikail enjoys spending time in the garden, helping his grandfather grow some vegetables and root crops. He also loves spending time at the pond in the property, going fishing or just swimming in the shallow waters. This kid truly enjoys nature more than technology – and doesn’t mind not having electricity in his tent as he goes camping with his grandpa and his family.

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This impressive kid is definitely one of a kind! While other kids his age would rather spend their time indoors, glued on the TV screen or using their gadgets, Mikail would rather run around and play outdoors.

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What sets him apart from the other kids is that he really doesn’t like playing with gadgets. While many kids would play outside after being told by their parents to quit using their gadgets, Mikail is different because he would rather go out and play than be indoors, enjoying games on his phone.

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This led many parents to wish that their kids would be like Mikail, especially after learning that he also enjoys helping around in the house and doing chores like taking care of his baby sister or ironing his own clothes.

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What a responsible kid! Kudos, Mikail! Keep it up, kid.