The word 'Torture' comes from the Latin 'Torquere' meaning 'to twist', so it is very unlikely to have anything to do with Tickling. ¿cómo te las arreglas con la pensión? This reminds me that just because you cannot see or do not understand something that does not mean that it does not exist. And, I understand sound to be possibility resemble sine waves or maybe carried on sine waves, like radio waves, or even possibly a disruption of. And the cation never said anything about her feet being tied down. It's a pickup without an actual pickup line. She is tied down, she is being tickled; that seems to cover the subject matter fairly accurately.
¡mira lo que me has hecho hacer! The info from the articles can be incorporated without making it sound so informal. The details of how she is tied are extremely important, far from being unimportant as you claim. ¿llegaremos a París antes de la hora de comer? I'm willing to experiment if anyone wants to argue about it. This whole article seems to be riddled with problems and seems to need a massive rewrite. She can't move her feet closer together obviously but she sure can move each one at least to the edge of the table or further. Otherwise consider finding a replacement image before deletion occurs.
It didn't cause panic, but I definitely wanted to get away. You can't eat, sleep, or drink while laughing, so if someone were to strap you down and tickle you for days on end, you would almost certainly die. The image is meant to show she is tied down and can't avoid the torture. This dude has women move — willingly — to his table of dudes, to engage in lighthearted debate. Then, it was peanut butter, banana, and mayonnaise between two pieces of processed bleached? That would probably kill one, like walking over the little bumps they use on the corner of sidewalks with a walker and joint problems. At first it was to bed with no dinner.
I do not call sunlight or all sound crazy. Laughing, of course, is a reflex because it did tickle. ¿qué tal te fue en la audición? You can complete the translation of make her talk given by the English-Spanish Collins dictionary with other dictionaries such as: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Larousse dictionary, Le Robert, Oxford, Grévisse. The strap just below here knee cannot restrict her feet movements totally. It seemed odd that a person that I did not work with would enter a consultant's cubicle and say something personal, not related to walk, possibly, that did not pertain to work.
Such a wonderful concept compromised by bollocks. ¿qué es lo que te lleva a hacerlo? A discussion will now take place over on Commons about whether to remove the file. Speedy deletions at commons tend to take longer than they do on Wikipedia, so there is no rush to respond. The details of how exactly she is tied seem unimportant but note that there is a strap which binds her legs at the knee and so this would further restrict movement. Other meanings of the word torture all seem to have someting in common with tickling.
My step-father used to tickle torture me. Some people might like it though. And no matter what she says, shake your head and look puzzled, like she gave the wrong answer. This is what it is like to be 'normal'. ¿crees que conseguirá ir a la universidad? I doubt that pain is an essential element of torture.
Why does her being able to move her feet make it an unsuitable? An oscillator can display sine waves of electricity. But this is a different art — and has a much different result. I do not know a lot on the topic, but you can see sunlight shining through windows and cigarette smoke dancing in the sunlight or refracting through a bus window. ¿cómo te llevas con tus vecinos? I was more surprised that I would do something like that. I discovered a lot about human-nature at 29, when I said something mean to a person when I saw an obvious or potential vulnerability.
If you feel the deletion can be contested then please do so has further information. Also, she seemed very overly ticklish, like overacting. This seems like a good example, if I am remembering right. One would actually have to click on the link in this case. You know very well what was intended. I remember the woman was in her 20's or 30's and had kinda long feet.
The image is meant to illustrate the article, nothing more. I guess people think when you are down, then you have no chance of getting up, so they all start kicking, to make sure. Sure, every guy has his go-to openers, his Rolodex of bar stories, his conversation starters. The same television programme claimed that it came from ancient Macedonia. The woman's feet are not tied down! Easy once you get the hang of it: He asks her something so intriguing she can't ignore it. We all have the friend who manages to seamlessly.