Verb. (Intransitive)

1. Used to describe a thing or a situation which deviates unfavourably from the socially acceptable norm.

Word History: The verb Manxed is a reletively new word which draws it's orgin to the context of the 'Manx cat' - a breed of cat with a rare heriditory disorder (the appearance of a lethal allele) resulting in birth witout a tail. Pioneered by creators Matthew and Patrick in a high school biology class, the word quickly gained popularity and is now commonly used by a handful of people.
"Check it out, that cat doesn't have a tail".
"It's seriously manxed up".
"So is your mum".
by Patrick T. February 27, 2008
Verb. (Intransitive)

1. Used to describe a thing or a situation which deviates unfavourably from the socailly acceptable norm.

Word History: The verb Manxed is a reletively new word which draws it's orgin to the context of the 'Manx cat' - a breed of cat with a rare heriditory disorder (the appearance of a lethal allele) resulting in birth witout a tail. Pioneered by creators Matthew and Patrick in a high school biology class, the word quickly gained popularity and is now commonly used by a handful of people.
"Check it out, that cat doesn't have a tail".
"It's seriously manxed up".
"So is your mum".
by Patrick T. February 27, 2008

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