Children's oral history is provided by parents and other relatives who also use tickling and onomatopoeic noise to hold the child's attention. The intensity of the itching varies, and it can be described as tickling, crawling sensations, or even acute pain. Few of us have not been intellectually and pleasurably tickled in one or more of these areas. They found that the subjects laughed just as much when they believed they were being tickled by a machine as when they thought they were being tickled by a person. Your feedback will be reviewed.
Casey. Age: 21.
Such language and such attitudes may tickle a jury's taste, but they are never accepted here.
Everleigh. Age: 31.
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People always assert that they do not believe in ghosts but at the same time there is an agreeably tickling sensation caused by listening to narratives of ghosts. The theory treats on equal footing the humorous effect created by the linguistic means verbal humor , as well as created visually caricature, clown performance or by tickling. Another type of tickle is the laughter-inducing heavy tickle , produced by repeatedly applying pressure to ticklish areas, and is known as gargalesis.