There were some slooooooty girls at the party!
Origins: The word "slut" is typically used to condemn the object of the description for her promiscuity and possibly unnatural sex. A straight male who describes a female as a "slut" is typically either disgusted by or otherwise angry at the object of the description. The word "sloot" is more sympathetic and merely identifies promiscuity in a female in a nongraphic, albeit dimunitive, fashion that often conveys interest in or amusement by the object of the description. It can also be used playfully as an exaggeration of a well-liked female in or out of her presence
Female: "I hear she is such a slut in bed."
(notice inherent bitchiness)
Male: "Well, John, at least my sister isn't a fucking slut like yours!"
(notice distinct anger)
Male: "The party last night? Holy shit, there were some slOOts there."
Female: "You'se a sloooot, Angie." Angie throws a pillow at speaker, others laugh.
A popular phrase related to sloots is used when a sloot has been seen. It is a remix of the catchy Fabolous song "You Be Killin' Em," and it goes, "girl you be slooting it." When heard, males tend to stop what they are doing and begin to search for the female in question.
The full break-down of sloot is as follows: Sloot is the noun Slooting is the verb. Slootology is the science behind slooting.
You tryin to go slooting after class?
My real major is slootology.