To be intently engaged in computing solutions for long durations with sometimes no apparent goal other than to expand knowledge and to satisfy the curiosity.
I am sitting at a computer and everything is working fine and it does all it needs to do, but today I decide to embark on a long journey to make it complete new and exciting tasks. You may not see or hear from me for some time because I am borging.
by prawn July 13, 2012
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The Borg is a collective of humanoids implanted with cybernetic components in the Star Trek universe. They are from the Delta Quadrant and their ships shapes consist of massive cubes, spheres, and even pyramids. Their minds are connected to the hive mind and every drone has lost it’s individuality. The Borg can assimilate entire civilizations in just a day. They assimilate different species to gain their memories and knowledge so they can achieve perfection. The Borg also have a Borg queen, who controls the collective. The Borg has tried to assimilate humanity twice, giving us the Battle of Wolf 359 where the Federation got their butts kicked with 11,000 casualties and the loss of 39 out of 40 ships. Then the Borg tried to go back in time to April 5th, 2063 to prevent the first contact between humans and Vulcans. Thanks to Picard, humanity was not assimilated. The Borg surprisingly actually had a species they couldn’t assimilate. Species 8472 slapped the Borg in the face, having the ability to completely destroy entire planets. The Borg would finally be defeated by none other than Captain Janeway herself, using a viru- ahhhh *gets assimilated* HELP ME- I’M TURNING INT- We are Borg. Yǿʉѓ bĩǿlǿĝĩĉãl ãñd ţêĉĥñǿlǿĝĩĉãl dĩşţĩñĉţĩvêñêşş ŵĩll bê ãddêd ţǿ ǿʉѓ ǿŵñ. Rêşĩşţãñĉê ĩş fʉţĩlê.
The Borg has its famous quote:

“We are Borg. Lower your shields and surrender your ships. We will add your biological and technological distinctiveness to our own. Your culture will adapt to serve us. Resistance is futile.”
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Drinking game consisted of blacking out. Grab a gallon jug of water and dump half of it out, then fill the rest with vodka, then put Mio in it. Shared with about 8 people.
Dude I played borg last night and got absolutely hammered.
by jdv28 March 21, 2018
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Drinking game consisted of blacking out. Grab a gallon jug of water and dump half of it out, then fill the rest with any clear hard liquor, then put Mio energy in it. Shared atleast 2 people, no more.
We have a darty this weekend, would you like to Borg with me ?
It's a borg type of day
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Borge-verb
Extremely touchable.
The intense feeling of enjoyment you feel when you squeeze or cuddle an object. The object is usually a pet like a cat, and the feeling is so intense you don't want to stop squeezing or cuddling the object.

The adjective form of this word is borgie which describes the cuddly or squishy object that a person does not want to stop holding, which is normally a pet.
The word originated from Natalie Roberts in 1994 when she got her first cat Oreo and described the cat and the intense feeling she had when she held it. Usually when the word is described most people have felt this feeling at some point in their life towards an object. It can be described as the same feeling cats have when they kneed an object like a blanket or a couch.
Example-My cat is so borgie I just want to borge him to death.
Example-That cat over there is so borgie I just want to catch him and hold him forever.
Exanple-Don't run away kitty, I need to borge you!
Example-Look at all Morris's fat, he is such a borgie kitty!
Example-My cat is so borgie I just want to borge him to death.
Example-That cat over there is so borgie I just want to catch him and hold him forever.
Exanple-Don't run away kitty, I need to borge you!
Example-Look at all Morris's fat, he is such a borgie kitty!
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A race of cybernetically enhanced beings who "assimilate" other races into their group, in an effort to become "the" perfect race. Were seen on Star Trek: The Next Generation, the first episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and the movie Star Trek: First Contact. They are "led" by the Borg Queen, who oversees all the operation of the Collective, but at one time, Jean-Luc Picard of the U.S.S. Enterprise was assimilated and became "Locutus of Borg", and almost helped destory the Earth in the process. A significant portion of their fleet was destroyed when the U.S.S. Voyager used some woman from the future to help them put a virus on the Borg Queen's ship.
by crazyrabbits May 6, 2005
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