New Zealander David Farrier has spent years looking for and covering quirky news stories all over the world. However, Farrier's latest discovery — competitive endurance tickling — has inspired the journalist to direct his first film, a documentary about the curious fetish. Image source: YouTube. High pay and all expenses paid for accepted participants.
New film 'Tickled' goes inside the weird world of competitive tickling
New Documentary Reveals 'Competitive Endurance Tickling' Is (Apparently) a Real Thing - TheBlaze
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