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Definition funny of Cancan:
Lying nude on your back and lifting your two legs and spreading them as wide as you can, so you are showing your balls and your asshole to surprise people walking by.
Damnit! Benjamin just showed me the can-can.
parisian burlesque dance ( with pasties )
tra la da boom de yah, can you do the can can hootchie moma! there is a place in france where the women wear no pants.
A style of chorus line dance that has its origins in the Montparnasse area of Paris in the 1830s. Most popularly depicted as a chorus line of beautiful women in frilly, suggestive costume circa 1890 doing impossibly high kicks in unison, in addition to moves like the ronde de jambe and flirtatious manipulation of the skirt. This latter is particularly true at the end of the number, when the cancan dancers generally turn their backs to the audience and lean forward, lifting up their skirts to reveal their bloomers.
Though several musical pieces have been written for the cancan, the most quintessential and famous piece is the "Galop Infernal" from the operetta "Orpheus in the Underworld." You know: Daah, da-da diddle da-da, da-da diddle da-da, da-da diddle da, dadadadadadada daah, da-da diddle da-da, da-da diddle da-da, da-da diddle da, da-diddle-da!
The act of anal sex in a restroom. Putting it in her can, while in THE can.
Songs about Cancan:
The Christmas Can-Can by Straight No Chaser from the Album Christmas Cheers
Orpheus in the Underworld: Can-can by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Frank Shipway from the Album 100 Kickass Classical Pieces
Can-Can by Bobby Short from the Album The Cafe Carlyle Presents Bobby Short: You're The Top
Frêre Jacques - Alouette - Sur le pont d'avignon - French Can-Can by Poti Poti from the Album Del Món
Can-Can (From "Moulin Rouge") by Cologne Radio Orchestra from the Album 50 Must-Have Romantic Movie Classics
The Christmas Can-Can by Straight No Chaser from the Album All I Want For Christmas (Deluxe) [+Video] [+Digital Booklet]
The Christmas Can-Can by Straight No Chaser from the Album Christmas Cheers (Deluxe)
Books about Cancan:
Cancan by David Price (Jun 1998)
Can-Can by Cole Porter (Apr 25, 2013)
Can-Can - String Orchestra (Aug 1, 1997)
Can-cans, Cats and Cities of Ash (Penguin Great Journeys) by Mark Twain (Feb 1, 2007)
Can-Can (Theme from the operetta "La Vie Parisienne") by Jacques Offenbach and Robert Schultz (Apr 25, 2013)
Cancans de village (French Edition) by Véronique BEAUMONT (Apr 23, 2014)
Since Lulu Learned the Cancan by Orel Odinov Protopopescu and Sandra Forrest (Jun 1991)
Movies about Cancan:
Can-Can 1960 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 21 mins Starring: Frank Sinatra, Shirley MacLaine, et al. Directed by: Walter Lang
Stage and Spectacle: Three Films by Jean Renoir 1954 Unrated - Runtime: 5 hrs 7 mins Starring: Anna Magnani, Odoardo Spadaro, et al. Directed by: David Thompson and Jean Renoir
Classic Quad Set 1 2010 NR - Starring: Fred Astaire, Leslie Caron, et al. Directed by: Jean Negulesco, John Cromwell, et al.
Battle Can-Can 1987 NR -
French Cancan 2010 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 44 mins
Gaumont Classiques Gabin - French Cancan + Razzia sur la chnouf + La traversée de Paris Unrated - Starring: Jean Gabin, Françoise Arnoul, et al. Directed by: Jean Renoir, Henri Decoin, et al.
French Cancan 2004 - Runtime: 1 hr 45 mins
Wiki information Cancan:
The Can-can is a high-energy and physically demanding music hall dance, traditionally performed by a chorus line of female dancers who wear costumes with long skirts, petticoats, and black stockings. The main features of the dance are the lifting and...
French Cancan is a 1954 French musical film written and directed by Jean Renoir and starring Jean Gabin and María Félix. Where Renoir’s previous film Le Carosse d’or had celebrated the 18th century Italian commedia dell’arte, this work is a homage to...