A psychological condition in which a man in his mid to late 50s appears to have lost his mind and drives everyone around him insane with his crabbiness, irrationality, and flash temper. He may exhibit a "blame everyone else" approach when he is in the wrong. He may exhibit opinions that are completely opposite to what he used to have (ie. voting republican when he was a life long democrat or becoming a male chauvenistic pig when he always support women's liberation.)
"Mom, Dad just yelled at me for taking out the garbage. He said I was doing it wrong and got irrationally angry," said the teenaged daughter. "Yeah, he's in Manopause. Nothing he does makes sense anymore," said the mom.
by Daiseyheadmaisey July 12, 2008
A mental condition typically found in men in their mid to late 50's brought on by the realization that old age is just around the corner. Symptoms include: frequent reminiscing about the “good ol’ days”, cranky judgmental attitude and a closed minded approach to anything new. Usually punctuated by the chronic need to play a lot golf and vote republican. The condition is difficult to cure and almost always progresses into oldtimers disease.
"Get off my lawn!" Mr. Wagner screamed at the kids playing next door. What happend to him? they asked each other, one kid whispered "my mom says he's got manopause"
by Paul Lowry March 10, 2006
A time when a man's chemical balance becomes shifted and he has a breakdown and/or becomes an asshole. Symptoms include- Irritability, mood swings, thoughts of suicide, depression, over sensitivity, paranoia, and feelings of helplessness.
When Mike turned 50, his manopause kicked in and he bought a Corvette and then drove it off a cliff.
by Woodbilly April 23, 2011
(noun)- The rough equivalent of "menopause" as found in males. Manopause is the halting of "man periods." Many believe that manopause is a myth due to the fact that it is seldom seen in males, as menopause is the norm for middle-aged females. Manopause can occur at any time in a male's life.
by Kit-Kat313 December 01, 2008