When you take a two stage shit. The first is solid, but the second is all acidic and in "hot pursuit" of the first.
The Taco Bell dinner gave me Hot Pursuit.
by James G. November 25, 2003
A nostalgic racing video game released in the late 2010. You can play it on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, there's also a remastered released in 2020. You can play on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4
Friend: you have some Need for Speed game?
Me: yeah i have Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2010 and remastered
Friend: let's play the original on Xbox 360
by nfsvsforza January 9, 2023
Dude 1: What was that guy playing?
Dude 2: Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.
Dude 1: I can't even remember what that is.
by Theguy86 July 17, 2021
Commonly referring to an ongoing car chase, usually with the format of one criminal car and a swarm of police cars. In movies, the typical norm would be that the criminal will most likely use a fast sportscar while the police are stuck using Ford Crown Victorias. The term was also used for the very popular Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2, and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010).
Police: 19 County, engaging in a hot pursuit. Vehicle is a blue Nissan Skyline GT-R.
HQ: I copy that 19, permission for pursuit is authorized.
by SpeedyBox August 31, 2022
Usually defined as a chase between two sides using cars. It would commonly be an ongoing chase between a criminal in a fast sports car and a swarm of polices in Ford Crown Victorias. EA had been using this term to label 3 of their Need for Speed games, or 4 if you count Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered (2010).
Police Officer: 82 County, permission to engage in a hot pursuit. Vehicles are a blue Nissan Skyline GT-R, a blue Toyota Supra, and a white Nissan 300ZX.
HQ: I copy that 82, permission to engage in hot pursuit is authorized.
by SpeedyBox August 31, 2022