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Numerology information Chanchan:
Name Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Definition funny of Chanchan:
A primal korean scream generally shouted both preceeding and during sexual intercourse. This squeal of excitement, usually precedes the traditional zimbabwaen ritual of giving a simba, in which the male uses their index finger to wipe man juice on the girls forehead whilst saying the word "Simba" repeatedly. The scream itself is usually shouted in an intolerably high pitched voice alongside other extremely annoying phrases such as "I heart you". After intercourse involving the "chan chan chant", the female participant often doesnt emerge the next day until late evening, however usually enters the public domain aglow. Once the male participant recieves the "chan chan chant" he can safely acknowledge his status within the lion-kingdom, and is only required to take the female to the occasional meal-out in order to acquire daily, if not twice-daily, sex.
"Oh chan chan, give me that simba!!" "I heart you chan chan!!"
Pronoun: A term of endearment with an Asian twist to replace or add to the name of a good friend when speaking with them.
1."What time are you coming over today Nici-chan?" 2. "Chan chan! Call me back!"
Usually the nickname of the name Chandler. Chan-Chan is the nickname of a man that almost everyone loves, they are funny, sarcastic, a bit jerkish (but in a good, funny way) and just crazy.
Man 1: "Dude, Chan-Chan is so awesome!" Man 2: "I know isn't he the coolest!?"
Pronoun: A term of endearment to replace or add to the name of a good friend when speaking with them.
Songs about Chanchan:
Chan-Chan by Abdoulaye Diabaté from the Album Kora Jazz Trio, Pt. 3
Chan-Chan by Rhany from the Album Alamtini
Chan-Chan by Salsaloco De Cuba from the Album Fifty Shades Of Latin
Chan-Chan by Salsaloco De Cuba from the Album 100 Hits Latin (Brazil, Cuba, Balli Di Gruppo, Tango, Nu Latin)
Chan-Chan by GSB Singers from the Album Let's Go Latin
Chan-Chan by Salsaloco De Cuba from the Album Latino Nights Vol. 2 - The Best of Latino Music
Chan-Chan by Salsaloco De Cuba from the Album Latin Hits: 50 Tracks (Samba, Bossa Nova, Salsa, Pop Latino)
Books about Chanchan:
Chanchan: Metropoli Chimu by RAVINES (Rogger) (1980)
Chanchan: Vorspanische Stadt in Nordperu. by Eugen F. Mayer (1982)