Chinese tickle torture was a punishment for nobility since it left no marks and a victim could recover relatively easily and quickly. In his book Sibling Abuse , Vernon Wiehe published his research findings regarding adults who were abused by their siblings during childhood. In the former case, it could be used as a way of "pranking" a person, as the act of being tickled can produce many sounds and sensations that could be viewed as being embarrassing to the victim. Book Guild Publishing: Because of the fantasy element of the plot, the characters are often magical or the circumstances are completely imaginative.
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Then he could not restrain himself and finally he broke out in a high-pitched laughter that very soon turned into a cry of pain. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Boston: Alyson Publications,