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When somebody touches you in some sensitive areas of your body, like armpits, "it will make you laugh in some kind of way".

When you want to tell somebody that you are not going to touch them in that way, you can't say "I won't make you laugh again".

What is the proper expression to use instead ?

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    Tickle? sdf sdf sdf – user116032 Jan 31 '16 at 17:28
  • Notice that I found it googling "armpit touch laugh"... – laureapresa Jan 31 '16 at 17:55
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I reframed the question a little, without changing the meaning.

The word you are looking for is tickle.


When you want to tell somebody that you are not going to touch them in that way, you can say "I won't tickle you".

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