A tickle a day by Kristina-J Huddersfield Escort

A tickle a day

Hi any ticklers (not the condoms) I do not like to be tickled too much but I like to tickle and I love a good laugh of any kind I hope you do too. So lets get tickling.

There are two kinds of tickling. Knismesis is a light, gentle touch that makes your skin tingle or twitch. Knismesis often happens accidentally and rarely makes you laugh. It may actually itch more than tickle. Gargalesis is the aggressive, intentional tickling that sends people into fits of laughter.

Tickling requires unpredictability — it must be unexpected to work. This is why it’s effectively impossible to tickle yourself. Why are we ticklish? Some scientists say tickling developed as a way for parents to bond with children and humans aren’t the only animals that do it. Rats enjoy tickling as do our closest relatives chimps, bonobos, and gorillas.

Although extreme tickling sometimes called “tickle torture” is a popular consensual BDSM practice today, it has a dark history. In ancient China, tickle torture was reserved for nobility, since it leaves no visible mark, and it was also used to interrogate prisoners in ancient Rome. Recounts a horrifying story from a gay survivor of a Nazi concentration camp about the torture of a fellow gay man which resulted in his death a torture that involved extreme tickling. The modern tickle fetish scene got global attention with the controversial 2016 documentary Tickled.

Tickling falls somewhere between pleasure and pain, making it ideal for all kinds of sex play, from innocuous, playful dallying to hardcore S&M. Tickling makes you laugh and laughter is sooo good for you. With so much power to heal and renew, the ability to laugh easily and frequently is a tremendous resource for surmounting problems, enhancing your relationships, and supporting both physical and emotional health. Best of all, this priceless medicine is fun, free, and easy to use.

Kristina J Want to tickle? Here’s how Call me lets get tickling and laughing its fun xx