creepy – happy WW!!!
great shot. how was it? some spas here in thailand have the fish tank thing but i usually only see foreigners actually using them.. which has led me to believe that it’s just a marketing thing and that it doesn’t actually work (or the Thai people would use them too i would think). but it seems like an interesting experience nonetheless.
The fish come from Turkey I believe. If nothing else, it was verrrry relaxing and I felt like I was walking on air afterwards 🙂
Ha, ha, good one. Hope no one is going to eat the fish 😉
I’d love to try that. 🙂
Oooh are those the fish that eat your dead skin, the just gives me the heebee jeebees LOL
I was OK once my feet were in there, but I had to look away when I put my feet in. Still, I preferred it to having a person touching my feet – except for when they swam between my toes!
t hats looks ticklish 😉
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first 5 minutes were – I wanted to squeal!
We have one of these that has opened up near us, but I haven’t been yet!
I’ll bet that tickles! Happy WW!
tickles like you wouldn’t believe!
I know this is big in Japan too!
My husband’s cousin lives in Japan and I think she’s intending to give it a go – chickened out so far tho!
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That is simultaneously cool and ewwwwwwwww. But, I like it!
My 4 year old would love that!
I have tried this one. It tickles. I like it.
saw that at Ocean Park though we have not tried that yet!
LOVE IT! But I’d have to say if it was me you couldn’t get a picture because my feet would be moving to much because it tickles! Great shot!
That gives me the heebies…lol
That must have been ticklish!
omg! Did you actually do this? I could never do this…you’re a brave lady!
That really freaks me out!!!
I would soooo do this 🙂
Okay, why are you doing that? LOL
Oh my goodness, that would so freak me out! Makes for a great story and photo, though. 🙂
oh my what a funny feeling that would be with all the slipping of the tiny beings
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