Why some people stubbornly insist pretending they hate tickling and protest against it like ass holes / violently when they laugh, so they love it?

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Why some people stubbornly insist pretending they hate tickling and protest against it like ass holes / violently when they laugh, so they love it?
Growing up as a very ticklish person I was tickled a lot ( and still do, not nearly as much as I would like though ) but also loved tickling others.

I noticed though that some people pretend not to be ticklish though they are ( in which case I like to tickle them and make them scream " I ' m ticklish " or I won ' t stop ) or pretend to hate it, even though they laugh with more passion than they would at some of the best comedy movies or shows ( in which case I tickle them until they admit and scream " Iove it, tickle me more " then I oblige and tickle them more.

I wonder though why this facade? Why they like to pretend not to be ticklish or hating it when it makes them so happy? Some even pretend to be angry and / or turn violent for no reason. Is it poor upbringing? I never met anyone that doesn ' t laugh when tickled and for me it ' s like the universal mood changer, especially when I ' m very angry but also when I ' m stressed and in many other circumstances.

Tickling exists to make us happy.
Why some people stubbornly insist pretending they hate tickling and protest against it like ass holes / violently when they laugh, so they love it?
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