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Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta was asked this burning question at Super Bowl XLVII Media Day: "On a scale from 1 to 10, how ticklish are you?"
Pitta's response: "I'm probably a 5 or 6, you know, moderately ticklish". Pitta deserves credit for answering the question with a straight face.
Ravens receiver Anquan Boldin's reponse to the same question: "Not ticklish at all." In case you were wondering, which you know you were. Wait, you weren't? Neither were we.
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