I am wondering since my resistance is so high if I calculate with Ohms law the voltage out my wall socket is 116v - 170v peak, Lets say 170v to be on the safe side. I will say my body resistance is at 1M Ohm only to be on the safe side of things. I will calculate 170v/1M Ohm = 0.00017. Is this right? If I touch live AC wires then only 0.00017 will pass through my body? How do I say 0.00017 , it isn't even 1mA so what is this measurement in amps? (I'm not just going to go around touching live wires, but I am curious).

I see some peoples resistances measured is from only 100k Ohm - 350k Ohm max range and wonder why mine is also so high. If I measure resistance on my tongue tip it is 2 - 6M Ohms range also depending how tightly I probe. My meter is accurate up to 0.02% on resistors and it could be the resistors that are off and not my meter in this range, as I am not sure. If the current is only 0.00017 then would I even feel that. Seems safe to the touch or are all my calculations completely wrong? What am I missing? Why do people get electrocuted? If I calculate normal resistance as 100k Ohm then applied over the same 170v peak line it is 0.0017 which isn't even 2mA right?

Can someone please explain this to me because I am not understanding this I think.