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Kancho (カンチョー kanchō?) is a Japanese prank performed by clasping the hands together in the shape of an imaginary gun and attempting to poke an unsuspecting victim's anus, often while exclaiming "Kan-CHO!".
The word is a slang adoption of the Japanese word for enema (浣腸 kanchō?). In accordance with widespread practice, the word is generally written in katakana when used in its slang sense, and in kanji when used of enemas in the medical sense.
- Boong-Ga Boong-Ga, a video game for the Korean and Japanese market that allows the player to engage in simulated Kancho-ing.
- School bullying
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