Other commonly ticklish areas include the feet, sides of the torso, neck, knee, ...
While many people assume that other people enjoy tickling, a recent survey of 84
... with some people who indicate...
May 14, 2008 ... I always go barefoot and sometimes friends will tickle them. Is there something
about being barefoot that makes people want to tickle them?
Nov 15, 2014 ... Tickling the feet can affect both types of receptors, leading to greater sensitivity.
This might also explain why some people do not like their feet ...
Why do people laugh when they get tickled? ... You probably won't get much of a
response if you try to tickle the sole of another person's foot by pushing the ...
You'll need one hand to hold down the feet and the other to do the tickling. ... This
is a sensitive spot for many people, so you can try to delicately tickle this part ...
Aug 16, 2013 ... Lightly trailing a feather or a finger over the instep of someone's foot usually ...
Social behavior might have a lot to do with gargalesis. People who try to tickle
themselves might manage to produce knismesis, but not gargalesis.
Jul 19, 2011 ... Can you really be tickled to death? Who likes being tickled more — men or
women? Where are people most ticklish? Here's everything you ...
Apr 16, 2009 ... This was only half-facetious: foot-tickling, for me, has come to be an expression
by ... Curiously, the three phases of the response do not include the white line ... I
myself was once one of those people; I liked back-tickles and ...
Jul 16, 2014 ... In fact, many people find tickling very unpleasant. So why does it make ...
interaction.” We're not the only animals that laugh when we're tickled: Great apes
giggle, and so do rats. ... I can tickle the soles of my feet. I don't laugh, ...
Feb 1, 2014 ... What is it about a tickle that makes us giggle? And why can't we tickle ourselves?
Greg Foot explains all.