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If only there was a place online, where people could post short stories about things that sucked for them. Then noone would have to reply: "that sucks"

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Plan A: step one, biologically develop an actual tickle monster. Step two, unleash it on him Plan B: Something much less cool than Plan A

If you don't enjoy it you should talk to him about stopping or tickling you less often. In time you'll stop flinching. If he doesn't stop I would suggest to find a new boyfriend.

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#24 He refused to respect my physical boundaries, even after I explained them and asked him to stop his unacceptable behavior

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#24 is greatly confusing me. I'm so ticklish myself that I can feel a tickle coming on with someone's fingers hovering over my skin.

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I don't see why it has to end with a break up. Obviously he is doing it too much and needs to lighten up on it. There are a lot more stages to go through before reaching that point.

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Some people are more dependent on other people, some people enjoy the company of other people, some just like fuck buddies, some people are Ted from How I Met Your Mother.

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Well it probably happens as it is. "I swear he's not abusive! He just tickles me a lot. Also I fell down some stairs and landed on a doorknob."

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Obsessively tickling someone to the point where she flinches whenever her boyfriend touches her IS abusive. OP, did you ever ask your boyfriend to stop tickling you? If so, and he didn't stop, THAT is abusive. It's a clear disrespect of your boundaries.

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9, I think that is the reason that this is an FML. She doesn't want everyone to think she is abused.

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