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Definition funny of Manoff:
A contest of virility between two men, as demonstrated in Cyborg (1989), in which both men tear off their shirts and exchange screams of rage until one can no longer handle the other’s machismo.
Watch the man-off scene in Cyborg.
The act of getting a gay man off. Possible with your hand or mouth. Or both. The word is a combination of 'Manos' and 'Jerk Off'.
"Hey mate, how was last night in Club X?" "It was good, I got a manoff." "Ah sweet, good work" "Thanks"
To masturbate, or to otherwise do something private and/or embarrassing.
Anthony: Steve, your a douche, why don't you just go man off in the corner. After seeing a very attractive naked woman on the beach, Steve felt the sudden urge to man off.
Books about Manoff:
Manoff Music Kit by T MANOFF (Apr 1, 1976)
Contemporary Authors: Biography - Manoff, Robert Karl (1944-) (Mar 8, 2005)
The Music Kit, Fourth Edition 4th (fourth) Edition by Manoff, Tom (2000) (1000)
An Epidemic of Absence: A New Way of Understanding Allergies and Autoimmune Diseases by Moises Velasquez-Manoff... (1001)
The Music Kit (Fourth Edition, Computer Assisted Instruction Version) 4th (fourth) , Comp Edition by Manoff, Tom... (0010)
The Music Kit, Fourth Edition 4th (fourth) Edition by Manoff, Tom published by W. W. Norton & Company (2001) (0010)
An Epidemic of Absence: A New Way of Understanding Allergies and Autoimmune Diseases by Velasquez-Manoff. Moises... (0100)
Movies about Manoff:
Beauty & Denise Julia Duffy,dinah Manoff --- Region ALL - Runtime: 1 hr 33 mins
Wiki information Manoff:
Dinah Beth Manoff is an American stage, film and television actress and television director best known for her roles as Elaine Lefkowitz on Soap, Marty Maraschino in the film Grease, Libby Tucker in both the stage and film adaptations of I Ought to...
Arnold Manoff was an American screenwriter who was blacklisted by the Hollywood movie studio bosses in the 1950s. Post-1953, his scripts are credited as by "Joel Carpenter".