hot pants n.
1. (US) strong sexual desire; often as have hot pants for.
|[film title] The Virgin with Hot Pants.|
|Hollywood Girl 36: A sensational secret diary [...] all perfume and hot pants.|
|Roofs of Paris (1983) 218: The mother must have hot pants too.|
|Trespass 153: I told you once that I wasn’t just some little schoolgirl with hot drawers.|
|Look Long Upon a Monkey 155: Never been any harm in the poor old pet and he did have hot pants for her, the old lecher.|
|(con. 1950) Band of Brothers 139: The rummy happened to have a singsong girl with hot pants earlier in the evening.|
|Girls on the Rampage 35: This guy’s got hot pants. He can’t hardly wait to get into the bedroom.|
|Gaily, Gaily 51: She was a rotten floozy with hot pants who made me sick every time she pushed against me.|
|Last Exit to Brooklyn (1966) 87: For krists sake, what the fuck she smilin at? Got hot fuckin pants again.|
|Adam M-1 76: No wonder he had warm britches for the girls.|
|Rooted III iv: He told Davo that Sandy was hot in the pants for him.|
|(con. 1960s) Black Gangster (1991) 25: All the bitches got hot pants for you.|
|Faggots 232: The intense interest on the part of this younger woman was giving the older one hot pants.|
|Breaking Out 177: Jeez, this sheila’s really hot in the pants for me.|
2. a sexually eager woman; occas. man.
|Big Sleep 83: That goddamned little hot pants!|
|Criminal Sl. (rev. edn).|
|All These Condemned (2001) 130: Snicker and smirk. Now you take that Judy Jonah. Man, oh, man. Hot pants.|
|(con. 1944) Rats in New Guinea 136: Little Hot Pants, they called her, and some of the stories about her activities in the locked tuckshop after school an the backstalls of the Majestic Theatre appalled me.|
|Executioner (1973) 156: I want my bucks to go to my kids. To the kids, not to Miss Hotpants.|
|You Wouldn’t Be Dead for Quids (1989) 180: [of a man] Hot pants here’s after a bit of stray snatch.|
|I Promise 105: I know what you’re up to, miss hot pants. Don’t think I don’t! You’ve had a taste of it, and now you want to try a different flavor.|
|A Cheristine Feehan Trilogy 312: It certainly wasn’t her fault that rat Bruce Harper is having an affair with little miss hot pants Sylvia Fredrickson.|
3. attrib. use of sense 2.
|Dear ‘Herm’ 150: She has [...] a 7th sense about whats cooking in the ‘hot pants’ dept.|
4. (US) extreme keenness.
|Face of Night 212: You figure it’s Richards, that’s why you got hot pants.|
|Friends of Eddie Coyle (1973) 58: I’m not going to screw it up just because your people’ve got hot pants.|
5. a term of address to a sexually eager woman (or one who is seen as such).
|Barry McKenzie [comic strip] in Complete Barry McKenzie (1988) 49: How about a refill — hot pants!|