Oh-my-gosh, look at what I've found while looking for the MILF meaning :shock: :shock: :shock:
I wasn't aware there'd be all those monikers :lol:
according to the blog where I found it, it's from wikipedia:
* Puma* aka young cougar usually in their late 20's to early 30's
* Bobcat refers to a woman in her 30's who sexually pursues younger men.
* Toyboy (or boytoy) refers to a young boy or man in a relationship with an older woman or man. Use of this terminology is considered by some to be impolite.
* Haguar, a seldom-used neologism, refers to an unattractive older woman, usually in her 40s, who makes unsuccessful sexual advances on younger men (e.g. an ugly Cougar; etymologically the word appears to be a portmanteau of "hag" and "jaguar").
* Cougar refers to an older woman, usually in her late 30's or 40's who sexually pursues younger men. Term used by motion picture movie, Oceans 13.
* Merlin refers to an older man, usually in his 50's or 60's who sexually pursues younger women. May originate from the idea of the "Top Gun" movie characters where the character of 'Merlin' had the partner of with the call sign of 'Cougar'. Another idea for the origination are the older grey haired wise man trying to make magic happen in attracting the younger more attractive women.
* Chickenhawk describes an older gay man who sexually pursues younger males, i.e. "twinks"/"chickens" or underage boys. The term was used as the name of a television documentary on the subject of NAMBLA.
* Golddigging refers to a relationship in which a young person pursues an older person for monetary gain.
* Jailbait refers to a particularly sexually attractive person, female or male, below the legal age of consent. This designation connotes enticement to endanger oneself of being prosecuted for statutory rape.
* Lolita refers to a sexually precocious young girl who is the object of desire of a significantly older man. Used in English the term refers to the title character of Vladimir Nabokov's novel Lolita, who is referred to by the book's narrator, Humbert Humbert, as a nymphet. While "nymphet" is still used to refer to children, "Lolita" has come to be applied to older adolescents and young women in the context of pornography. Nabokov's character is believed to have been based on Lillita McMurray (stage name Lita Grey), who began a relationship with Charlie Chaplin when she was 14 or 15 and he was in his early 30s.
* May-December Romance is a general and non-prejudicial expression for an age-disparate relationship. The expression draws an implicit analogy between one's lifetime and the time of year. Thus "May" refers to the younger partner, who is in the spring of his or her life. "December" is the elder partner, in the winter of his or her life.
* MILF (Wiktionary link) - (Mom I'd Like to F***) refers to mothers who attract the sexual attention of high-school boys. This acronym was popularized by the movie American Pie and is frequently referred to in pornography. The term is also sometimes euphemistically construed as standing for Mama Is Looking Fine.
* DILF - (Dad I'd Like to F***) Compare to MILF.
* Mrs. Robinson, a reference to the movie The Graduate, refers to an older woman romantically involved with a younger man (most likely can be referred to as a Cougar (slang) as well. As the character of Mrs. Robinson wears clothes with animal print motifs, including the skin patterns of predatory felines, it is tempting to consider that character as a possible origin for the slang cougar.
* Robbing the Cradle (also known as Cradle Snatching) may refer to a situation in which an older individual seduces a much younger one; the term stigmatizes the act through its use of the word "robbing". The tone of this phrase is highly situational—in some cases, where consensuality in a relationship is clear, it is often used in a jesting manner, but where consensuality may not be evident, it can be intended in a very pejorative sense. People who 'rob the cradle' are commonly called "cradle snatchers" or "cradle robbers", and are often met with derision by third parties.
* Robbing the Grave may refer to the opposite situation, where the object of affection is an elderly person. As it makes punning reference to archaeological tomb robbers, the term is often used to convey a similar idea to "gold digging", when a wealthy elderly person marries a much younger spouse.
(*** sorry I took an hour b4 realizing this could be profane so I'm replacing with ***)