A cross between a Jaguar and Gator fan. The Jagator is indigenous to Northern Florida, and is often found roaming trailer parks and convenience stores in and around the greater Jacksonville area. They are easily identifiable by the following characteristics: shirtless, rocking a mullet, jorts and an intense case of JiffyFeet. You should never confront a Jagator, as they are very dangerous to humans. However, if you should encounter one that is agitated or appears to be in heat, throw it what ever Anheuser Busch product you can find and run like hell!
Is that Tim Tebow?
No, it’s a fuckin Jagator and it looks pissed! Quick, toss it a Bud Heavy and lets get the fuck out of here!
A popular beer-like beverage sold in cans of 6, 12, 24, and sometimes 30 and in bottles, glass, plastic, and metallic--falling under the class of a lager. It can be found in most if not all liquor stores, chain grocery stores, wal-marts, costcos, 711s, convenience stores, and sporting events across the 50 states of America.
Budweiser gained popularity first in America then in other parts of the world due to it's cheap-price, and wide availability.
Many beer enthusiasts especially Europeans may be heard remarking that budweiser is not very high quality beer and that Americans don't know what good beer is.
Joe American 1: Hey fellas, I'll go grab a few cold ones for us. Waddaya want: Sierra Nevada pale or Budweiser?
Joe American 2: The latter.
Joe American 3: Bud weiser.
Joe American 4: Pale.
Joe American 1 to Joe 4: You like Sierra?
Joe American 4: Hell yeah.
Joe American 2: But you know it's only noon and you can't drink those all day.
Joe American 4: Yeah, I know, but I want to start out with something that has some taste.
Joe American 2: Oh yeah.
A German last name that sounds Chinese without the preemptive v's are w's, w's are v's instruction, and a healthy taste of laughter. Similar to the german word vasser which means water/running water in German. References also include the "Whassup?" campaign for Anheuser-Busch Budweiser beer that ran from 1999 to 2002.
"Wassung sounds chinese."
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A beer introduced by Anheuser Busch in an attempt to compete with the sudden fad of lime flavored drinks. This beer appeals to men who want to look like they're drinking beer when in fact they're drinking a Sprite in a beer can. This beer is for the guy who doesn't like the taste of beer nor the perception of drinking a Mike's Hard Lemonade. Bud Light Lime was created for homosexuals who wanted to project the image that they were, "just one of the boys."
Mitch: I don't understand where all my Bud Light Limes went.
Aaron: I think all those fags on that boat next to us helped themselves. They wouldn't touch the banquet beer because it tastes like masculinity. Why do you drink that shit anyways?
Mitch: It's got more alcohol in it than regular beer and it tastes like summer.
Aaron: All I heard was, blah blah blah I'm a tiity baby.