Green’s Dictionary of Slang

-pot sfx

[SE pot, container. In such combs. the person is seen as a container for a characteristic]

a person; usu. found in combs., e.g. barmpot n.; big pot n.; crankpot n.; fusspot n.; sexpot under sex n.

[UK]‘William Juniper’ True Drunkard’s Delight 231: Reel-pot, i.e. a drunkard.
[UK]I. & P. Opie Lore and Lang. of Schoolchildren (1977) 199: ‘Swotpot’, or ‘stewpot’. [Ibid.] 205: Funk-pot. [Ibid.] 325: ‘Swank pot’, ‘Posh guy’.
[Aus]D. Niland Gold in the Streets (1966) 141: ‘Just a piece,’ Danno said: quizpot bastard.
[UK]L. Dunne Goodbye to The Hill (1966) 179: This dame is not only a lustpot, she’s a comedienne as well.
[US]J. Wambaugh Blue Knight 51: The pukepots were all sitting near the back.
[UK]Barltrop & Wolveridge Muvver Tongue 89: He is a ‘kidder’ or ‘a bit of a kidpot, on the quiet’.
[UK]A. Close Official and Doubtful 54: I’d written them off as a bunch of bampots.