I remember my grandmother taking us to the local carnival when I was 6-years-old. The rides were typical - - a children's Ferris wheel, the Scrambler, and a tiny roller coaster.
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Hilarious! Absolutely positively hilarious! Within all of the hilarity is without a doubt indisputable truth! You are on to something grand here, Donna.
Let's add a Conveyor Belt Slide that eases us along with a gentle massage and refreshing splash! How about a Buttock Bouncer, nothing too rough mind you, to help firm those saggy butts and wiggly thighs. Of course, don't forget American Bandstand Rejuvenation where the 'oldies but goodies' perform dance that is truly dance, not merely shaky-wakey and jiggly-wiggly. If its motion you're after, let's shimmie-twistie! Add Monkee Bidness with ongoing auctions that offer Monkee Music (tapes, CDs, DVDs, old records), Monkee Madness (pins, posters, sketches, pencils, note pads, gadgets) to the highest bidder (highest bid one wants to go for fun), and a contest for Most Monkee (T-shirt design contest). Most of all don't forget the Boomer Express. I mean complete with plush seats and a dining car that meanders its way through the entire park! Just remember it has to be a steamer!
Oh, my! There are endless possibilities. Better Share this one for MORE ideas! Okay, all you Baby Boomers, let's have some suggestions.