Definition of mangina
- male genitals tucked behind the legs in an attempt to mimic the appearance of a vagina.
Check out my mangina!
Last edited on May 04 2013. Submitted by Andrew H. from Boulder, CO, USA
on Apr 19 2002.
- A professional term man-whores use to describe their "he-pussy." (From Deuce Bigalow Male Gigalo.)
Deucy, you have a way of satisfying a woman that would sicken a normal man. You must have a magical 'Man-Gina'.
Last edited on Jan 01 2003. Submitted by Kellie L. from West Chester, OH, USA
on Jan 01 2003.
- to tuck one's genitalia between his legs and stand up displaying nothing but hair.
Last edited on Aug 01 2005. Submitted by Nicholas L.
on Aug 01 2005.
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|Definitions include: semen around a person's neck, in a way that a string of pearls would be.|
|Definitions include: to vigorously, sexually penetrate a person's anus.|
|Definitions include: very well dressed.|
|Definitions include: a strain of marijuana|
|Definitions include: acronym of "shit out of luck", meaning that there is nothing one can do to remedy some situation.|
|Definitions include: butthole/jackass|
|Definitions include: to criticize.|
|Definitions include: A sarcastic response to a statement or presentation so unbelievable or incredible it leans towards being an insult to one's intelligence.|
|Definitions include: totally retro diva, really sassy all the time, posh, choleric power princess.|
|Definitions include: stylish.|
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