A person who is trying to be some one they're not by copying other people. Borgs tend to try to get OTHER people in the same trend, to make them seem cooler. This term is based on the Borgs from Star Trek, as they all do the same things and don't consider themselves individuals. They tend to copy preps
to the point of the two being almost exactly alike. Most people who tease others about their label, ideas, or about anything else are usually Borgs, trying to get OTHER people to be like them. It's possible to be teased into being a Borg.
While Sally was a prep by choice, Susan tried to become a prep in order to be as popular as Sally. They were the only preps in the school, and they started to become less popular, so Susan tried to get other people to be preps by bullying them out of their current opinions.
Used as a synonym for The Microsoft Corporation. Windows XP SP2 is often called Windows XP Borg Edition, as it tries to assimilate all other software (or destroys it) as is the custom with the Borg. Also common with the borg, once you install 'Borg' edition, resistance is futile.
Windows XP Borg Edition f-ed up my PC, yo.
A race of cybernetically enhanced beings who "assimilate" other races into their group, in an effort to become "the" perfect race. Were seen on Star Trek: The Next Generation, the first episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and the movie Star Trek: First Contact. They are "led" by the Borg Queen, who oversees all the operation of the Collective, but at one time, Jean-Luc Picard of the U.S.S. Enterprise was assimilated and became "Locutus of Borg", and almost helped destory the Earth in the process. A significant portion of their fleet was destroyed when the U.S.S. Voyager used some woman from the future to help them put a virus on the Borg Queen's ship.
"We are the Borg. Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated."
1. Contraction: Cyborg.
2. A fictional race of communalistic cyborgs originating in "Star Trek: The Next Generation".
3. Exclamation commonly used by muppet swedes. Also bork
Robocop was an inferior 'borg when compared to ED-209.
Resistance is futile; we are the Borg.
Borg borg borg.
An immensely powerful civilization fo enhanced humanoids from the Delta Quadrant of the galaxy. The Borg implant themselves with cybernetic devices, giving them great technological and combat capabilities. Different Borg are equipped with different hardware for specific tasks. Each Borg is tied into a sophiticated subspace communications network, forming hte Borg Collective, a shared consciousness in which the idea of the individual was nearly a meaningless concept. The Borg exhibit a high degree of intelligence and adaptability in their tactics. most means of defense or offense against them were foudn to work only once, almost immediatly after which the Borg developed a countermeasure. The Borg operated by conquering entire worlds, assimilating the civilizations and technology theron. Individual members of assimilated races were implanted with sophisticated cybernetic implants, permitting each individual to perform a specific task as required by the collective. Thousands of worlds across the galaxy were conquered in this fashion.
The first known contact between the Borg and the Federation was in 2365, when Q transported the Enterprise-D out of Federation space into the flight path of a Borg vessel heading toward the Alpha Quadrant.
"We are the Borg. Lower your shields. Your biological and technological distinctivness will be added to our own. Resistance if futile!"
bouncers/security people that wear those headset devices, that you see at clubs and concerts.
"Quick, put that joint away! I see one of the borg coming this way!!"
A group of evil, cybernetic creatures that exist in the Star Trek universe. What makes Star Trek better than Star Wars.
"Captain, we have a Borg vessel on sensors."
People that wear bluetooth headsets even when they arent on the phone. It makes people look more like robots than humans.
"Look at that borg sitting over there."