Is there an equivalent to the word chickenbutt, which is commonly used by young children in America, in German? If so, what is it?
Guess what? Chickenbutt.
You're a chickenbutt.
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First of all what is this chickenbutt?
A win or lose game. The questioner tries to catch the questionee off guard by asking "Guess what?" as if they really have news.
A: Guess What?
A: Chicken Butt!
In the above senario person A wins the game, had person B said Chicken Butt in response they would have won the game and person A loses.
There is a similar German "game" with tricking the questionee into saying a certain word which rhymes with a funny (cough cough) response. Here are some examples
A: Sag mal Tomate
A: Deine Oma kann Karate (derber: Dein Pimmel kann Karate)
A: Sag mal Wolle
A: 10 Minuten Arschkontrolle
A: Sag mal Ananas
A: Deine Hose ist nass
A: Sag mal Leitung
A: Du stehst nackt in der Zeitung
A: Sag mal Mütze
A: Zehn Minuten Liegestütze
A: Sag mal Messer
A: Sag mal Fenster
A: Deine Eltern sind Gespenster
A: Was gibt 4 + 4?
A: Du hast in die Hose gemacht
At least in Austria, the game corresponding to the Chickenbutt game (as described by mtwde) is "der Stoascheißer Koarl" (in standard German "der Steinscheißer Karl"). In this game, you trick the other person into asking "Wer?" ("who"), upon which you answer "der Stoascheißer Koarl", thereby winning the game.