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    What is the meaning of "Ickle me, Pickle me, Tickle me too."?

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    Default Re: Ickle me, Pickle me, Tickle me too

    They're names in the poem:
    http://www.geocities.com/Paris/LeftB...9/ickleme.html
    Ickle- a way of saying 'little', used in BrE for children
    Pickle- preserve in vinegar
    Tickle- touch someone to make them laugh

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