like a kid in a candy store

be like a kid in a candy store

To be so excited about one's surroundings that one acts in a childlike or silly way. Liam loves football so much that he's like a kid in a candy store any time he steps into the stadium.
See also: candy, kid, like, store

like a kid in a candy store

AMERICAN
If you are like a kid in a candy store in a particular situation, you do whatever you want and do not restrict your behaviour. There were so many options that I was like a kid in a candy store. Brubaker went on a buying binge and `felt like a kid in a candy store,' he recalls. Note: The usual British expression is like a child in a sweet shop.
See also: candy, kid, like, store

like a kid in a ˈcandy store/shop

(American English) used to say that somebody is very happy and excited about something: It was my first time in a championship game, so I felt like a kid in a candy store.I’m like a kid in a candy store when it comes to technology. It all looks so good!
See also: candy, kid, like, shop, store