Oi, mates! Fancy some bloody good tickle vids? Ticklish Blokes has got your number, luv.

Take a look at the archives to see videos of Michael, Adam, Thomas, and Phil -The Ticklish Blokes- getting mad tickles from a creepy stranger whose face is blurred out. I guess maybe the blurring is to let you imagine you're the one doing the tickling? Instead it just creates the impression that there's some Illicit Tickling going on and the cops are ready to bust down their door at any moment.

Alas, these videos are just previews. You'll have to pony up some cash to see "The Full Tickle," featuring bonus tickle footage too hot for the internet. NOTHING SEXUAL, THOUGH, as the site is quick to point out. Everything's perfectly on the level here. Just a bunch of fit lads having some good, clean fun that definitely isn't weird at all.

Also not weird: Their upcoming video game My Tickle Studio, where YOU control the tickling:

Why tickle someone in real life when you can tickle a video-game guy instead?? Just look at those dead-eyed Poser mannequins writhing around in what appears to be pain even though the tickler's fingers don't actually make contact with their body if you look closely. This is definitely one of the most erotic things I've ever seen.

Like with any modern video game, there's some DLC you can add to enhance the tickle experience. So far it only includes different-colored socks. Smashing!

– Adam "rubber cat" Jameson (@robbercat)

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