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3 definitions by Kit Carson

 
1.
When you're totally surrounded by an enemy, and there's no escape, a trusted friend stands with his/her back touching yours, so you both can fight in efforts to protect each other's back. This can be done physically as well as verbally. The unity and dedication of the two coming together in this formation to act as one is a tactical defense whatever the battle may be.
At the Hot Gates (in the Hellespont), there were only two Spartans left against the Immortals who had encircled them. The two stood back-to-back defiantly in complete confidence of each other's capabilities and dared the enemy to attack, thus saving Western Civilization.
by Kit Carson January 16, 2010
 
2.
When an indoor/outdoor cat is locked up in the house for far too long due to inclement weather, and he gets to the point where he has to release his energy. This is done usually via misbehavior. Cat Crazy has defined symptoms such as the eyes gleam with this inner light, the cat looks around in a crazed manner, so his body language announces that the rampage is about to begin. Once this powerful force takes control of the cat, all previous house rules are "cur-tailed." Forbidden cubbards become mountain hikes to be relished; tops of refrigerators become peaks to be scaled, etc. After the energy is expelled, the cat then settles down for a relieved nap.
Now that it's 115 degrees outside during the day and 90 degrees at night here in Arizona, the incidents of our cats going cat crazy have picked up geometrically. We were awoken several times this week to the noises of our cats rampaging through the house in utter frustration.

Sheriff Bruiny Bear Goodfellow, who usually upholds the law by protecting the perimeters of the yard, sat in the middle of the kitchen floor, looking around furtively. He was about to break the kitchen rules, and he was well aware of it. The tops of the kitchen cubbards beckoned him as does a downhill run for a college student ditching class in winter. The forbidden rampage lasted only five minutes, but for him, it was worth every second. Thereafter, he settled down for a good snooze.
by Kit Carson July 21, 2010
 
3.
It is how a woman preceives a man when she needs heavy duty physical chores done. In proper order, it's a cross of the words man, animal and able. Skinny, weak or unwilling men do not qualify as a manibles. It is a respectful title of distinction. To be a manible, the man must enjoy doing the work, and the woman must be grateful for having him help her. Unlike honey-dos, these are chores a woman can not physically preform. It takes a man to do it.
A woman would say to a man, "I need you to lift these heavy boxes and put them over there. You're such a good manible."
by Kit Carson December 25, 2009