Feather Tickling?

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Feather tickling can be form of sexual foreplay. Feathers from animals may tickle when you hold them, such as baby ducks. Feathers used in boas for dress up can tickle as well. There are many ways feathers can tickle.
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The tickling is feeling somewhere beatween plesure and pain.It is caused by touching lightly some parts of body like soles of feet ore armpits.Tickling is reflex and when they tickle
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The feather creates a sensation that your brain receives through the nervous system and
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That would explain why they crap on everything everywhere they
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That could be a very giggly tickle! Try it gently but fast for the best squirms and giggles.
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