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2 definitions by Rodney Munch

 
1.
Short for Jägermeister. Pronounced "yay-ger-my-ster", or simply "yay-ger". A darkly-colored liqeuer (not liquor; yes, there's a difference) with an alcohol content of 35%, or 70 proof. Commonly spelled "Jager" instead of "Jäger" due to the fact that typing an umlaut (¨) over the letter A in "Jäger" is a pain in the ass for Americans.

Jäger is pretty expensive, about 20 dollars for a fifth and 30 dollars for a liter, which is a fifth half again. By comparison, cheap rum with an alcohol content of 40% costs about $17 for a 1.75 liter bottle, more than twice as much as a fifth. If you just want to get drunk, Jäger is not for you. If you actually drink for the flavor in addition to the drunkenness, give Jäger a try. The taste of Jäger is similar to black licorice. The "Jäger Bomb", a drink consisting of Jäger with Red Bull, is a very popular mixed drink.

If you want to drink in public, Jäger is ideal. Pour some Jäger into a soda or diet soda bottle. Jäger looks almost identical to soda, and thus the dark caramel-colored Jäger is perfect for bottles made for caramel-colored sodas such as Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Diet Coke, or Diet Pepsi.
"I did eight shots of Jager and woke up the next day in a puddle of my own piss."
by Rodney Munch June 26, 2006
 
2.
A small metal container used to carry booze. Also known as a "hip flask" to separate it from other types of flasks. A typical hip flask holds about four to eight ounces of liquor.

Using a flask is a decent way to drink in public if you're an old redneck at a Garth Brooks concert, but it's a pretty stupid way to drink in public if you want to drink while walking around a city or riding a bus. A soda, sports drink, or milk bottle with dark colored plastic works far better.
Jack got hauled to jail for drinking in public. The stupid bastard was drinking from a flask and a cop saw him. He should have used a Mountain Dew bottle.
by Rodney Munch June 24, 2006