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Discussion in 'Personal' started by monicabilongame, Dec 19, 2015.
Well... he likes that.
Yep, that comes straight after fish! We love tickling!
Perhaps the tickling reminds the penguin of its feeding by the parents when it was younger?
I've been known to chuckle like that if you tickle my chest...
What a super clip!!
I'm looking forward to the penguin programme on Wednesday evening BBC.
Yes, it will be soppy.
Yes, it will be sentimental.
It's Christmas so just right!!
That's terrifying. Is it a scene that didn't make the final cut of The Thing?
So the bloke from the Bowling Green University said "One day we decided to tickle some animals".
I think in 2016 I shall start the Garden Shed University, pending research projects are:
Playing hide and seek with squirrels.
Are blue **** happier when eating dripping or suet?
Does the dog have a preference to having her left or right ear rubbed?
What is the optimal distance from the woodburner to maximize feline pleasure (sample size n=1).
What sort of rotting vegetables causes the most Dipteran merriment?*
* to be conducted at the Compost Heap Annex.
I wonder if the trout enjoyed being tickled?
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Wolves don't seem to enjoy it as much...
Well, it must like it a little bit.........he hasn't had his throat ripped out!
(I love wolves)
Yet... it's a very short clip! I suspect the throat ripping may be next on the agenda... then it'll be a nice sleep...
I don't like having my tummy tickled.
Mind you, you'd be hard pressed to find it, at the moment. I blame the mountain of chocolates I've eaten and am disgusted with myself.
As from Monday, not a single crisp, biscuit or chocolate will gain entry into my house. I'll just hoover up the remnants this weekend and then that's that. I swear.