I rort, you rort, he rorts, we rort, you all rort.
Meaning: To have-it'. To partake in 'the rort' is to appreciate the funner things in life, predominately grog and Michael Jackson.
Examples: Last night I was on the rort. Saturday I got completely rorted. Let us rort.(religious/ceremonial). The rort is on. That was some exceptionally fine, London rort.
Derived from the Latin: Rortus - meaning, 'to have had a skin-full'.