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    Default Slang.

    I think this is American slang, but I am curious to find what ''To back one out'' or ''To jagger off'' mean. Can you help me?

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    Default Re: Slang.

    Back one out = defecate
    Jagger off- I don't know this one. Could it be 'jack off'? If so, this means to masturbate.

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    I realised back one ofe, wanted to check...
    But, I DON'T GET what the... could jagger off mean... It certainly is not jack off...

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    Default Re: Slang.

    You haven't got the context, have you?

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    Talking Re: Slang.

    A jagg off also seems to be referring to a game where you imitate mick jagger, and punishible by severe consequences should you choose not to parcipate. See here...

    YouTube - Evan & Gareth - Jagg Off

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