Admin: I totally borked my machine installing Win XP SP2.
"I can't come over at the moment...my car is borked".
Etymology: Combine one part "broken" and one part Swedish Chef and you get "borked."
That mechanic borked your car.
Also applicable: borking, bork
"The whole project was borked, so I had to start over."
"What the bork are you doing?"
This use of borked is rooted in the traditional defination, to obstruct by defimation &co. in this sense the obstruction is the fucked up, not working ness, and the defimation is that it is beyond all recognision.
2. adj. broken.
3. adj. pejorative. people who think that Robert Bork was qualified to sit on the Supreme Court.
1. The Internet connection is broken because I just borked the firewall.
2. The mail server is borked.
3. Rush Limbaugh is clearly borked!