That's " Happyland" Alex . The rivers are made of chocolate and the ATMs don't need a card or a Pin number ...they just pour out $100 Bills . Most importantly there are KittyCats everywhere ...maybe a few Golden Retrievers too for variety , not forgetting the Bunnies of course 🙂😎☘.
I hope you never " took an eye out " as all parents worried !!
We used to have Rock Fights at an old quarry . Build a rock fort and then throw stones at each other's Forts . One of our friends actually had an eye taken out by a sharp stone . I still see him today . Luckily we could throw only one stone at a time !! Or we could all have been blind !! The really talented Throwers could get one in each hand ! ! He was the only injury during my period as a rock throwing juvenile rock thrower ( it was all good clean ??? Fun !!
I loved the tyco racetracks, into my early 20’s we had a house full of guys I went to high school with and we had a track set up, would modify the cars so it had a front and rear slot pin, so much fun! also had an HO gauge train set when I was too young and no room to appreciate it, but I did like it when I was able to but the board down in the living room to set it up and play with it!
I don’t condone playing with BB guns. The summer between 3rd and 4th grade I spent that summer wearing an eye patch and not being able to do anything cause I was actually shot in the corner of my left eye. The BB missed my eyeball and went right between my eyeball and nose, lodging itself into my nasal bone in my skull. They tried to pull it out but couldn’t. I went to an eye doctor constantly that summer and finally about a week before 4th grade started it had healed and scarred over enough I could ride my bike. The BB is still in me to this day. But, I don’t blame the gun. 😂