If someone has ants in their pants, it means they are excited, agitated or worried and can't keep still.
For example, "She has ants in her pants because she is going to Europe tomorrow." means she is very excited to go to Europe.
"John has ants in his pants because his teacher wanted to speak to his mother." means that John is worried as his teacher is speaking to his mother.
ants in youre pants
You have ants in your pants.
Ants in the Pants was created in 1969.
The duration of Ants in Your Pants is 1380.0 seconds.
Ants in Your Pants ended on 2008-02-27.
Ants in Your Pants was created on 1997-11-01.
if you had ants in your pants you would be squirming about. You would be a fidget, cannt sit stillIt could also mean that you are very excited or your jumping around like your trying to get something out of your pants.== == Not really, the term means to be fidgety, or very excited.
P"ants." The word "pants" is the noun for the items you wear on your legs, but it has the word "ants" in it.
Excited, or shaking in a crazy fashion; does the phrase "Ants in your pants" help?
We will be there in a few minutes, stop acting like you have ants in your pants!
It means agitated or nervous.
It is said of a person who cannot sit still, almost as if they had ants crawling in their pants.
The French translation for "there are ants in your pants" is: Il y a des fourmis dans votre pantalon. If you wanted to say "there are ants in my pants", then it would be: Il y a des fourmis dans mon pantalon.
The phrase "ants in his pants" can be used in different contexts with slightly different meanings in each. Its root meaning, however, is "agitated" or "excited". A person who simply "can't sit still" is someone who may be said to have "ants in his pants".
Ants in the pants means that someone can't sit still. Imagine if they actually had ants crawling around inside their pants! You might also say someone was bouncing off the walls, or couldn't sit still.
Meaning: extreme restlessness; over-activityOrigin: One can easily imagine where this saying came from. What if you had ants in your pants? You would find it difficult to settle down. You'd keep squirming to get rid of the ants.Example: "You never sit still. You must have ants in your pants."
Ants in your pants
When you're in class and someone is fidgeting, you can say "You act like you've got ants in your pants."
"Ants in his pants" is not a part of speech but a figure of speech. A part of speech would be a noun, a verb, a preposition, or an article. A figure of speech is a metaphor, a simile, etc. "Ants in his pants" is a metaphor for being extremely uncomfortable and squirmy!
The term "ants in your pants" is used to describe someone who is fidgety. It originated as a comparison to someone moving around to ease the discomfort of having insects crawling around in their pants.
u have to kill them
it means you are restless
could eat a horse
Ants in my pants