How to Tickle the Body

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Tickling is a playful way to be intimate with your significant other. While tickling may be a natural talent for some of us, you might find a little lesson in tickling to be a helpful tool for those of us who just can't seem to get it right.

Things You'll Need

  • Fingers
  • Feathers
  • Set a playful mood. People who are not in a playful mood to begin with might be hard to tickle. Of course a little tickling has been known to change a mood to playful very quickly. Joke around, have light conversation, and just get ready to have some fun.

  • Tickle the body with a feather. A feather is one of the best tickling tools known to man. The feather has the perfect amount of lightness and delicateness that makes our skin laugh with delight. Simply take a feather and lightly drag it across any part of the skin. The feather is for a light tickle that really just feels good and might get a few giggles in the process.

  • Tickle with your fingers. Lightly walk your fingers across the skin. Walk your fingers across the back of the shoulders, neck area, arms, feet or legs. A light walking of the fingers will give a great tickling sensation.

  • Drag your fingernails across the skin. Lightly dragging your fingernails across your lover's skin will give a delightful tickle similar to that of the feather. Dragging your fingernails lightly across the skin can give a chilled sensation as well.

  • Give a little squeeze. Squeezing certain parts of the body is a great way to tickle. A little squeeze, or pinch, with your thumb and forefinger to the neck, buttocks, side, or knees can set off a delirious fit of laughter. Be careful not to squeeze so hard as to cause pain.

Tips & Warnings

  • Stop tickling when your partner says so. To continue tickling past the point of fun will ruin future tickling opportunities as they will no longer be associated with pleasure.

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