pronounced sh-roo-tid it Verb - to screw something up in a really irreversible way.
I really screwed it up, I really Schruted it.
by icoz June 24, 2010
v. Dwight Schrute'ing something; making it more manly or aggresive
My date was going well, but then I starting schruting it all up and she was disgusted.
by blackbeauty456 January 5, 2014
When you screw something up in a really irreversible way.
I really screwed that up. I really schruted it.
by CoreyHughes25 January 16, 2007
verb. To mess up, to screw up. The origins of this comes from the TV series The Office (US) Season 3 Episode 12 "Traveling Salesman". The expression was first used by Andy Bernard (Ed Helms)
Andy: I really screwed that up. I really Schruted it.

Michael: What?

Andy: Schruted it. It’s just this thing people say around your office all the time. Like when you screw something up in a really irreversible way. You Schruted it. I don’t know where it comes from though. You think it comes from Dwight Schrute?

Michael: I don’t know. Who knows how words are formed.
by phat_tonyca April 27, 2007
To screw something up in a really irreversible way.
"Oh man, I'm so sorry about that sales call. I really schruted it."
by A.B. Bernard October 7, 2009
When you screw something up in a really irreversible way.

Possible derivation from Dwight Schrute.
I'm so sorry man, I really screwed that up, really. I really schruted it.
by scubathugsteve January 17, 2007