Why do people want to be “tickled” its one of the top 3 worst things in the world... Now a scratch bar... i could get behind that!
There’s a woman named Kimberly Haley-Coleman in Dallas. And she’s opening the doors to her new business on Monday . . . called The Tickle Bar.
And that name is really accurate. You literally go to this place and pay to be tickled.
Because of the pandemic, it’ll be by appointment only. You show up, get a glass of wine, and then you’re escorted into one of the five Moroccan-style tickle tents. You can go shirt on or off.
From there, you pick the tickling style you want: Hair play, back tickles, or both. And you can pay for 25 to 50 minutes. It costs $40 for the shorter session and $60 for the longer one. I wish them all the best.
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