Clara   Tuesday, February 03, 2004, 14:08 GMT
How do you say when a man or a woman is so sexy that makes you hot?

What are other words used to express "hot" sexually speaking?
frenchi   Tuesday, February 03, 2004, 14:10 GMT
I am hard
Paul   Tuesday, February 03, 2004, 16:03 GMT
excites me
gets me going
drives me wild
blows my mind
fires me up
Fly   Tuesday, February 03, 2004, 17:44 GMT
turns me on
mjd   Tuesday, February 03, 2004, 20:58 GMT
"Horny" is a slang term that means "excited" or "turned on."

However, the most popular way to say whether someone is good looking or not is....well, "hot."
!   Tuesday, February 03, 2004, 21:16 GMT
"She is smokin'!" or is this passé?
Hythloday   Wednesday, February 04, 2004, 09:25 GMT
In Britain we also say, "I've got the hots for you," if we fancy someone. "I've got the horn," is also said, but only, of course, by men.
mjd   Wednesday, February 04, 2004, 09:29 GMT
When guys are talking among themselves, they'll often say "she's a hot chick" when referring to a good looking female. Many women aren't offended by the word "chick," but there are definitely times when it wouldn't be appropriate. It's a judgement call.
to mjd and anyonelese   Friday, February 06, 2004, 20:23 GMT
passe is the word for some of yours. nowadays, here in britain, we only use chick for baby ducks(or whatever kind it is)oh, its chickens!duh!
we also say "birds" for females, and "lads" for men which is quite like ladies.
we also say these for when we think someone is goodlooking:
fit-most popular
on trl in britain the other day, the presneter dave bery said to chingy about how some girl thinks hes fit, and the look of confusionon his face was amusing. he obviously thought it was fit as in heal,thy or energetic.
bye. mariah, southampton
Lazyness   Friday, February 06, 2004, 20:57 GMT
Lazyness in spelling is a lack of respect to the people for whom the message is intended.
mjd   Saturday, February 07, 2004, 11:24 GMT

Perhaps you were trying to spell "laziness"?
Laziness   Saturday, February 07, 2004, 18:42 GMT

Perhaps so.