It is the first step to the social chaos and decline which can be observed today in the youth’s alcohol and drugs abuse in spite of all the limitations.
From this point, social norms, rules, and rites of passage are important to regulate the social life.
As an adult only, I noticed that a "playground" contains a pair of water blisters on the legs, a hot metal slide, and a pair of "horse riding" fried potatoes, you grasp the handle and shake it violently until you do Ralphed needs to spread your happy meal across the entire surface of the plastic.
It was a while older when I could not see it, but I remembered a couple of things about Pinhead and the attic.
However, when thinking about my childhood, I was not thinking about traveling, I was thinking about the details of my daily life, card decks, silver banks and ice cream taste.
This is different from good memories that I had been at the Mc Donald's playground.
The main problem is in the fact the representatives of the ‘English’ world cannot understand the meaning of this period for the Amish youth because there are no fixed or followed rites of passage in this world.
The advantage of the Amish life is in plainness, religious rituals, daily routine, rural activities, and humility.
I cannot agree with such a position because it is only a limited viewpoint used to oppose the ‘English’ and ‘Amish’ worlds.
Although some social norms in the modern world are not as strictly as in the ‘Amish’ world, it is impossible to speak about the Western world as the ‘Devil’s Playground’.