Toy stores are like heaven on Earth for most little kids, because they're full of new and wonderful sources of amusement.
There are thousands of shiny new toys that catch the eye, hundreds of dollys looking for a new home, and one particular store is home to a giant giraffe mascot that tells kids his store is a place where "a kid can be a kid".
But once we outgrow our unconditional love of toys we start to see the toy store for what it really is- an overpriced pain in the neck full of kids who have no respect for a collectible figure's packaging.
Cartoonist JHALL and Jake Young revealed the disparity between how we feel about the toy store when we're kids versus what the toy store is like for adults, and it's got me wishing I could see it all through a child's eyes once again.
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