So, we all have ‘The funny bone’ that, when it makes contact with something, doesn’t actually make you laugh; rather, it makes you crawl in foetal position in pain. Ok maybe it isn’t that painful, nonetheless it certainly brings pain, yet it’s known colloquially as ‘The funny bone’.
Whereas with the bottom of your feet [the skin I mean], your armpits, neck, waistline or pretty much anywhere with skin; you are bound to find yourself writhing in giggles and helpless laughter. Ever wondered how to stop this? Well here is an exploratory video to tickle your brain on just how.
In the video, Dr Emily Grossman shows you how to use the science of tickling to stop yourself squirming when you’re tickled.
Please leave your comments below, after you’ve been tickled of course.