Is This Weird? I Might Delete This If Noone Joins!

Ok, this is a bit strange.. I'm kind of embarrassed actually.. Is it normal?

The back of my pallette actually tickles quite a lot! it's very hard to get rid of the tickly feeling sometimes.

The left nipple tickes the left side of the back of my pallette and th right nipple tickles the right side of the back of my pallette.

I guess there must be shared nerves connecting the two to my brain..

but WHY?

TheLuckyHobo TheLuckyHobo
31-35, M
9 Responses Mar 20, 2009

I also feel the sensation. Mine is from my right nipple to the roof of my mouth right behind my teeth. It's that feeling I get when I eat really sugary frosting.

Yeah it's a weird feeling.. lol. thanks for your comment. :)

lol. I'll have to try that out and see if I get it too!

So I'm not alone? Great! I was hoping someone would share this. I hope it's not an unpleasant tickling sensation for you though.

Interessstiiinnng. ;)

Yes, that's true :) Haha, I hope that it doesn't take up their every waking hour.<br />
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When I made the group "I have dressed up as a teletubby" I was wondering if it would be flagged if someone misinterpreted what is was *stifles a giggle*

I have seen some of those groups too. I think that people are into some pretty random stuff.. but I suppose that doesn't stop them being good people.. as long as that's not ALL they're interested in.

Maybe...I tried doing that once when I had a waiting sneeze and it didn't work though! It could have been a case of something not working when you want it too.<br />
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Lol EP is weird that's why. I'm surprised it didn't censor the word "nipple" ;P There are real adult groups out there (or maybe peeing into nappies is more for infants too?)

I think EVERYONE sneezes when they look at a bright light!<br />
I want to know why this is an "adult" experience!<br />
You're the first to comment and you're only a CHILD! LOL! (according to EP!)

Lol!!! I have no idea why. So that you're very unique?? It's a bit like the way some people sneeze when they look at bright light.