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The sandbox for adults

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Being an adult sucks and frankly we're sick of all this damn responsibility.

Take us back to the simplicity of youth where we could feasibly spend an entire day at play, without anything remotely substantial getting in our way. Well, no need, as we've already found someone else who can.

In Las Vegas, a life-sized sandbox has been created for giant children like us. Giving adults the chance to push around dirt, rocks and tyres with the help of actual construction equipment, Dig This is a perfect place for rediscovering your youth.

All that's required first is a 10-minute lesson and once the $750 (£466) payment has been coughed up, you can pretty much cross off one of your childhood dreams within seconds.

You can witness the jubilation that the experience brings below...

(Images: Julie Jacobson/AP/Press Association Images)

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