From the Muppet character, the Swedish Chef. A phrase used to indicate that someone has just said something which sounds like it should make sense, but doesn't at all.
Person 1: I really enjoyed that movie.

Person 2: Yes, the acting was superb.

Person 3: All I can think about now is gourmet cheese.

Person 1: Bork bork!

Person 2: Bork bork!
by Oysterbaby's Man February 28, 2011
A sound sometimes made by a Pupper. This pupper may be mentally retarded. The borking sound is caused when a pupper tries to bark but fails, the sound that does end up coming out sounds like "bork bork".

Doggos and doges have also been known to make this noise from time to time.

The borking noise was originally brought to fame by memers. It had since been used to describe awkward barks all around the world.
Doge: Bork Bork

Human 1: bork bork?
Human 2: yes, bork bork!
by Bork for days May 30, 2017
A language modeled after the much beloved Muppets Sweedish chef who would often say "Bork, bork, bork!" Bork, bork, bork! usually puts emphasis on vowels and pronunces W's as V's, and O's as U's. The language is meant to resemble how a person who speaks sweedish would pronounce american words.

Bork, bork, bork! translation:
(It helps if you say it outloud)
Eh lungooege-a moodled-a effterr deh mooch behluvved-a Muppehts sveedeesh cheff ooh vood uften sey-a de "Bork, bork, bork!" Bork, bork, bork! eh-oosuly pootss effassis on-eh de vowools oon pronunceeze W's ez V's ehnd-eh de Oo's ez Uz's. Teh lungooege eez-eh mehntt doo reezembul-a ow eh perssunn speakks sveedeesh vood-eh pronunceez-ah ahmehreekaan verrds.
"Hey! Did you figure out how to change your language on Google yet?"

"Yeah, I even set it to Bork, bork, bork!"
by elgoog February 12, 2010
Doggo or puppy or any other animal type that barks and bites or eates
Hey Joe that's one nice bork bork nom nom

Thanks Tim I got it from your sister
by Big brain me November 26, 2019
Nothing is a true definition of this phrase but if ur bored just say it y cuz idk it's fun to say
by Xiøn Cøre May 26, 2018