Tickling is the act of touching a part of a body in a way that causes involuntary twitching movements or laughter. The word "tickle" evolved from the Middle English tikelen, perhaps frequentative of ticken, to touch lightly. Mostly people tickle each other to annoy, irritate and tease, which gives them a feeling of fun and enjoyment. Most people who are being tickled try to not get into the trap as they are not able to control their laughter. Tickling also reduces stress and anxiety.
1. Which point do you feel is the most ticklish point of yours?
2. What will you do if your boyfriend tickles you?
A. Scold him
B. Tickle him back
C. Try to escape from him
D. I will let him try to tickle
3. What would you do if your boyfriend tie you and then tickle her?
A. Try to convince him not to do
B. Deal with it
C. Request him not to tickle
D. Break-up with him
4. Which word describes your health best?
5. When mostly your boyfriend tickles you?
A. Almost always
B. When I irritate him
C. When he is in fun mood
6. Do you enjoy being tickled by your boyfriend?
C. Yes when we get into tickle fight
7. What about your boyfriend, is he ticklish?
A. Yes, a lot
B. Absolutely no
C. Never got a chance to tickle him
8. How do you react when he tickles you even when you are busy with your work?
A. Yell at him
B. Get upset with him
D. Laugh and enjoy
9. Do your friends also tickle you?
A. Yes, they are doing
B. Not at all
C. They are not aware
D. Never got a chance
10. How do you control yourself when you are being tickled?
B. Stiff up
C. Cannot control
D. Just try to escape