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