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"Tickle my toe, tickle toe monster.
I want to laugh, ha ha."

The lights quit blinking,
the socks quit hopping,
and the tickle toe monster jumped over the wallet-shaped moon.

Night night,
— Josie

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"The tickle toe monster"
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  1. Storyteller Alex (age 7) added to the children's story:

    The tickle toe monster wanted some cheese, so it jumped back up to the wallet shapped moon. But it forgot its wallet, so it went wee wee wee all the way back home.

  2. Storyteller Sue (age 6) added to the children's story:

    But then the tickle toe monster found its wallet and went back to the wallet shaped moon and bought some cheese, some really stinky cheese that tickles your nose.

  3. Storyteller Alex (age 7) added to the children's story:

    And then it took the cheese and tickled it until it cracked up.

  4. Storyteller Lily (10) added to the children's story:

    And then the tickle toe monster went to find you to tickle your toes!! and when he found you, he took off your shoes and socks as you laughed and laughed. he had really long fingernails that really tickled your barefeet. the tickle monster tickled and tickled and tickled your feet until you asked him to stop!

  5. Storyteller Jaden (9) added to the children's story:

    But the Tickle Toe Monster did not like to be tickled himself. He hated having his own three feet tickled. So if you ever want to get rid of the Tickle Toe Monster, just tickle his feet and he will run away as fast as his three legs will carry him.

  6. Storyteller Anonymous added to the children's story:

    then there was a girl names sue. She wore blue jeans, white socks and sneakers. Sue was the most ticklish girl on earth and no one would touch her for fear she would explode. The tickle toe monster however, had other plans. It jumped her while she she played and tickled her soft socked soles … she exploded.

  7. Storyteller Joey added to the children's story:

    The tickle monster Then decided to grab another victim. YOU! It stuck out its long slimy tongue and licked across your bare soft feet! Oh my! oh my! It tickled, it did!

  8. Storyteller Jimmy (9) added to the children's story:

    And then the tickle toe monster found you laying on the floor reading your favorite book. He crept up behind you and sat on your legs to stop you from getting away.

    As the tickle toe monster held your legs, he slowly takes off your shoes and then your socks. Nothing can stop him tickling the bottoms of your very ticklish feet.

    He tickles you until u yell at him to stop, but beware, he will be back to tickle your feet again… Mwa ha ha

  9. Storyteller Michael 9 added to the children's story:

    But then I tickled the Tickle Toe Monster and it ran away.

  10. Storyteller ellie, aged 12 added to the children's story:

    One night the Tickle Toe Monster was bored.

    He loved little girls feet, so he went to a house where a little girl named Millie lived.

    He crept in to her bedroom and pulled the cover up to reveal her toes, she had socks on.

    So one by one, he removed the slippery socks.

    He spread her toes apart with his fingers and tickled her in between each of then.

    She laughed and laughed and laughed, her toes wiggling all the time.

    She had the best toes he had ever seen! He will go and see her again.

  11. Storyteller ROBERT added to the children's story:

    Jason was told to take off his shoes and socks by the Tickle Toe Monster. "I want to tickle your toes."

    "No," says Jason, "but you can paint my toes blue."

  12. Storyteller ROBERT added to the children's story:

    Jason says, "PLEASE NO."

    But the Tickle Toe Monster says, "Take off your shoes and socks now."

    "Okay, okay," says Jason as he took of his shoes and socks. Then the Tickle Toe Monster tickled Jason's smelly feet.

  13. Storyteller Leon 10 added to the children's story:

    Then because the monster liked to tickle girls feet, he flew next door and found Natalie watching t.v. The monster took her socks off and tickled her. She couldn't stop him, so she laughed and laughed as her toes wiggled and his fingers tickled up and down her soles and toes.

  14. Storyteller Katy added to the children's story:

    Just after the monster tickled Natalie, her sister went into her room and the monster asked Katy to help him tickle Natalie's very ticklish bare feet. She said okay and then she and the monster tickled Natalie's feet. Natalie's feet were wiggling fast and the monster just laughed!

  15. Storyteller Robert 10 added to the children's story:

    The tickle monster loved tickling socked feet and after that pulling off the socks to tickle the bare feet. When you are sleeping, he will sneak into your room, pull up the covers and start tickling your poor feet!

  16. Storyteller elio added to the children's story:

    He will sneak into your room and tickle your bare feet.
    KITCHY KITCHY KOO

  17. Storyteller Tommy 9 added to the children's story:

    He loves tickling feet. He will tickle in between and underneath your toes. He may also bring some paint brushes to paint your feet.

  18. Storyteller Anonymous added to the children's story:

    o no

  19. Storyteller Kieran added to the children's story:

    The tickle toe monster will be back with more tickling on your poor ticklish feet.

    KITCHY KITCHY KOO
    TICKLE TICKLE TICKLE

  20. Storyteller Anonymous added to the children's story:

    the tickle toe monster got very bored and then saw little ticklish feet in the air. he waliked over and tickled the feet.


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This children's story can be found in the My Baby Monsters Storytelling Library of Children's Stories, under All the Best Kids' Poetry and Poetic Stories. It was written by Josie (Daughter of My Baby Monsters and Child Storyteller) on Sunday, February 12th, 2006 at 7:06 pm (Josie Time, UTC +2).

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