Fun stuff to when the gets boring?

Updated: 4/28/2022
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Well if you can go places then there is Bowling, indoor or outdoor mini Golf, movies,shopping, friends houses, take a walk, rock climbing, lazer craze, if you are a kid you could go to monkey joes, bonkers, pump it up, If you can't go anywhere and its rainy Go on the computer

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