If it's the tingling of more than one toe, then it's 'my toes' tingling'.
If it's the tingling of one toe, then it's 'my toe's tingling'
If you want to say that one toe is tingling, it's 'my toe's tingling'.
If it's more than one toe that's tingling and you want to contract, you could say 'my toes're tingling' (I'd only use that in direct speech, if at all), as Relache has said, but I think 'toes are tingling' reads better, as Lobobrandon has said.
My first reaction was to say it is "slang" for my toe"is". My second reaction is that in order for it to be plural it would have to have an "are". Now I just don't know, it might depend on who I was talking to,.
David, clearly not everyone answering in this thread is familiar with writing dialog and/or informal speech, so obviously you will want to consider the formality or informality of what you are writing when you pick the best phrasing for your sentence.
The sentence is wrong whether it is one toe or all toes. If it is one toe, the sentence would be: My toe is tingling or My toe tingles. If it is more than one toe, the sentence would be: My toes are tingling.
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