Or to reach the conclusion that the current activity is past its peak, and that a more comfortable retreat is in order.
Can be used as an verb, or as a stand alone statement.
Originated from the Christian Camp scene, where leaders were encouraging a particular activity, but it was decided to retreat to the Cabin instead.
Luke: Nah Cabin
Mike: I think I'm going to cabin on this Coopers
Julian: I can't believe you cabinned on coopers.
Uly: But.. Rod?
2. That guy tried to connect an XBOX to a microwave last time we were at the cabin.
2. v. the suffering from above actions. (ex. I got so cabinned last weekend.)
Eric: I know.
Adrian: Shut the fuck up.