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What does "like a kid in the candy store" mean?

Vocabulary Word: like a kid in the candy store

1. Definition (expr.) feeling as though all of one’s wishes are coming true; feeling as though one has everything in life; feeling that one is extremely fortunate to be in such a situation; delighted because of the wonderful situation one is in; extremely happy because of all the good things that are happening

Examples “I love ice cream. It’s definitely my favorite food. I eat it almost every day. So, when I went to visit the Haagen-Daz factory I felt like a kid in a candy store. I got to try every flavor of ice cream they make and I had several flavors I’ve never had before. It was awesome.”

Examples “Jess is a big time hockey fan. He’s loved hockey since he was a kid. So, when he got to meet the players on the Boston Bruins team he felt like a kid in the candy store. He was super happy.”

Examples “I don’t think I’ll ever get to fly a plane, but if I do, I’ll definitely feel like a kid in the candy store. Flying has been my dream since I was a little kid.”

Examples “When I go to the library I feel like a kid in a candy store. It’s so much fun. There are so many books and I can read any of them.”

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