1.) A corruption of the Swedish word for
'away'; used by the Swedish Chef when
he throws objects into the air. (Adj.)
2.) The corruption of english language to
sound as if the Swedish Chef was
saying it. (N.)
3.) To change regular writing or speech
into "Borked" language or speech. (V.)
1.) "Bork, Bork, Bork!" (throws away ladle)
"Welcome to Wikipedia,
the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
2,602,815 articles in English"
"Velcume-a tu Veekipedia,
zee free-a eecyclupedeea thet unyune-a cun ideet.
2,602,815 erticles in Ingleesh"
1.)A way to start a conversation after a long silence or pause.
2.) A way to imply that you would like to change the subject during conversation, usually after an awkward statement or after the conclusion of a conversation.
3.) A way to prevent someone from speaking, usually to avoid a conflict or to prevent revealing or embarrasing information to be presented.
1.) "Anywho... how's your cat doing?"
2.) -"Where were you? you're an hour late!"
-"I'm late? You were supposed to meet
me down at the starbucks across the
street, not at this one!"