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BANGKOK 21 July 2019 02:59
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Japanese Prank Where Kids Stick Their Fingers Into People’s Butts is Real

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In Japan, children can stick their fingers into people’s butts and get away with it — at least in theory. The act, which involves putting together one’s index fingers to form a “gun,” is a socially acceptable prank known as kanchō.

 

The term is a slang adaptation of the Japanese word for “enema.” When used as a prank, kanchō is written in katakana (カンチョー), while as a medical term, it is written in kanji (浣腸).

 

To perform kanchō, one finds an unsuspecting victim and fires the imaginary gun into the person’s anus while shouting “kan-chō!” The act, however, is not exclusive to Japan, as other Asian countries such as the Philippines, South Korea and Thailand reportedly have their own names for it.

 

In Taiwan, it is known as qiānnián shā, derived from the full Japanese name of the skill “Leaf village’s secret finger jutsu: A thousand years of death.” Interestingly, this grandiose term of skill is simply an enhanced version of the prank from the “Naruto” franchise, with Kakashi Hatake using it on the protagonist during ninja practice.

 

While generally tolerated, it must be pointed out that kanchō is far from encouraged in Japan, according to Kumiko Makihara, who mentioned the subject in a 2009 article for The New York Times: “Kanchō certainly isn’t encouraged in Japan — a friend of mine is convinced her daughter failed a preschool entrance exam because she playfully jabbed her mother in the rear during the interview. But Japanese parents usually bestow only a mild rebuke.”

 

 

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20 minutes ago, Thaivisa Web Content Team said:

To perform kanchō, one finds an unsuspecting victim and fires the imaginary gun into the person’s anus while shouting “kan-chō!”

:cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy:

 

I know a girl in Bangkok and she will tell you it ain't imaginary. 

Edited by NCC1701A
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I have seen them go for more than just the ass in the Philippines. No party area is off limits. I do not know what the hell they yell out when they do it. 

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Strange, maybe this was the secret weapon to the Samurais back in ancient times. And then it just evolved from there. 

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I don't understand how they get through the fabric of pants, underwear ???

and I expect this to pose some risks for the finger?

and what's it called in thailand?

 

questions and more questions....

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5 hours ago, Thaivisa Web Content Team said:

In Japan, children can stick their fingers into people’s butts and get away with it

 

5 hours ago, Thaivisa Web Content Team said:

The term is a slang adaptation of the Japanese word forenema.” 

Who needs enema's with friends like that .. 

 

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A move that got many a Japanese fighter banned from MMA.

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I like this to become  the new style  finger-pointing for culprits.

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I feel so much better prepared to face the world after reading this article...thanks!   😂

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Is'nt that exactly what the rich elite do to the uneducated masses in Thailand? But it's not Kan-cho……...it's Chai-o!

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