1. Bork means to combine meat (in this case, beef and pork).
2. It can also replace any verb in most cases.
3. Can sometimes be used as an adjective when -y is added on to the end.
The word was believed to be created after a mispronouncing of the word bjork.
1. Dude, this bork is delicious!
2. I borked my girl so hard last night.
3. Sure is borky around here.
My soundcard is borked.
Exclamation commonly used by muppet swedes.
Bork bork bork.
to have one's character assasinated;
as in the treatment by the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee of Supreme Court Justice nominee Robert Bork.
You sure got borked on that deal.
The noise that the Swedish Chef from the Muppets makes.
Bork Bork Bork Bork!
- The Swedish Chef from the Muppets
To Bork is to break in almost any way. can be used to completely replace "break" esp. pertains to rendering software done (aka borked, broken) or completely unusable, similar to bricking as well...
"Ryan borked his Renegade installation" "Ryan is borken, hes been thinking too much" "Jeremy borked his psp" "BORK BORK BORK BORK" "please dont bork it!"
1.) A corruption of the Swedish word for
'away'; used by the Swedish Chef when
he throws objects into the air. (Adj.)
2.) The corruption of english language to
sound as if the Swedish Chef was
saying it. (N.)
3.) To change regular writing or speech
into "Borked" language or speech. (V.)
1.) "Bork, Bork, Bork!" (throws away ladle)
"Welcome to Wikipedia,
the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
2,602,815 articles in English"
"Velcume-a tu Veekipedia,
zee free-a eecyclupedeea thet unyune-a cun ideet.
2,602,815 erticles in Ingleesh"
(To bork) verb
To have your art stolen by an obsessed fan, and regurgitated.
Oh shit, some bitch came into my recording studio and stole my lyrics. Then she used them in her own song. I've been borked!