To Slaby: the practice of going absolutely beast in the field of grammar. Usually used in reference to an essay, story, poem, sentence, spoken sentence, muttered phrase or sudden exclamation. Not to be confused with the verb 'To Slab'. Bonus points are awarded for stroking one's goatee in the process.
Variations: "To go all slaby", "to slabinate"
Today, I slabied my classmate for his comma splices.
I just went all slaby on my paper.