Antsy pants

Antsy pants

Antsy Pants est un groupe de musique anti-folk, connu pour avoir participé à la bande originale du film Juno avec la chanson Vampire ainsi qu'un duo avec Kimya Dawson de The Moldy Peaches, Tree Hugger. La plupart des membres de Antsy Pants sont français, originaires d'Annecy (Annecy donnant Antsy, selon un jeu de mots) et ont depuis formé le groupe Coming Soon, dont le premier album, intitulé New Grids est sorti début février 2008.

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  • Antsy Pants (album) — Infobox Album | Name = Antsy Pants Type = Album Artist = Antsy Pants Released = 2006 Recorded = Genre = Anti folk Folk rock Length = Label = Plan It X Producer = Reviews = Last album = This album = Antsy Pants (2006) Next album = Antsy Pants is… …   Wikipedia

  • antsy — (adj.) 1838, American English, from plural of ANT (Cf. ant) + Y (Cf. y) (2); probably reflecting the same image as the slang expression have ants in (one s) pants be restless and fidgety from a century later. Related: Antsiness …   Etymology dictionary

  • antsy — ☆ antsy [ant′sē ] adj. antsier, antsiest [< ANT1 + Y2: prob. < phr. have ants in one s pants, be full of nervous energy] Slang fidgety, nervous, impatient, etc …   English World dictionary

  • antsy — [“aentsi] mod. nervous; restless. (See also have ants in one’s pants.) □ You ook a little antsy. What’s wrong? □ Who is that antsy guy? □ She gets antsy before a test …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • antsy — adj a. nervous, jumpy, agitated ► She s been getting a little antsy lately wants me to leave my wife. (The Secret of my Success, US film, 1987) b. eager for sex Both senses are derived from the older, humorous colloquial expression to have ants… …   Contemporary slang

  • antsy — ant|sy [ˈæntsi] adj informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: Probably from have ants in the pants to be anxious or nervous ] nervous and unable to keep still because you are waiting for something to happen …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • antsy — [ antsi] adjective (antsier, antsiest) N. Amer. informal agitated, impatient, or restless. Origin C19: prob. from the phr. have ants in one s pants (see ant) …   English new terms dictionary

  • antsy — /ˈæntsi/ (say antsee) adjective Colloquial 1. agitated; irritable. 2. restless; impatient. {? from the phrase have ants in one s pants. See ant (def. 2) …   Australian English dictionary

  • have ants in one’s pants — tv. to be nervous and anxious. (See also antsy. Have got can replace have.) □ He seems to have ants in his pants before each game. □ All kids’ve got ants in their pants all the time at that age …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • have ants in one's pants — verb a) To be agitated and constantly fidgeting. b) To be sexually excited. See Also: antsy …   Wiktionary

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