verb: to tell complete falsehoods with no regard for the actual truth. Most often used in layers of falsehoods.
I heard we're serving lobster at the company celebration this friday at lunch.
Dude, you're schwabbing me, there's not even a celebration, much less lobster.
to screw something up. Also can be used in place of any unnamed male homosexual activity.
"Who burched this cable installation?" or "He was burching his boyfriend last night."
to completely and utterly screw something up so badly that it cannot be repaired. The result of sending in an idiot to deal with a burched situation.
That thing with Brenda is ricked. I'm just never going to call her again. It will be easier.
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