2 ups, 5d
they really just need to follow the easy online instructions ( :
1 up, 5d,
Grandparents could probably come up with a very long list of all the things modern kids (and parents) can't do that they just got on with doing.
Some recent research from 2018:
"The study showed that those aged between 18 and 26 confessed to struggle to get to grips with some of these easier tasks. From the 2000 participants: 40% could not confidentially sew on a button, 76% cannot change a tyre, 33% cannot boil an egg, 77% cannot shorten a hem, 50% cannot confidentially Iron a shirt and 37% could not make a cake without a recipe. 81% of these millennials admit to googling how to do basic jobs and 62% admit to calling parents for help!"
1 up, 5d
As a millennial I have no trouble believing those stats. I had roommates in college who couldn't work the washing machine, cooker, change a light bulb, fuse, etc. I am able to do all of the things you listed. Not that I'm bragging, those are basic life skills that everyone should have. I think it's more to do with young people expecting other people to do everything for them rather than them not being able to do those things.
1 up, 5d
First lesson in teaching the elderly how to use an iPod: Keep your thumb off the button at the button.
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WHEN YOU TRY TO TEACH YOUR GRANDPARENTS BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS
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