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  • n. Alternative form of MILF.

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  • there's also the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, a Philippine guerilla group

    I find the currency of the term MILF (in the standard porn-category sense), among other things, tremendously ironic. Isn't the sexual distinction between nubile young 'unmarried girls' and ho-hum mothers something societies make BEFORE they discover feminism?

    August 5, 2009

  • No! I haven't. But I'll wait till I'm at home. :)

    November 22, 2007

  • Err... c_b, you're not going to like this, but have you tried Googling for DILF?

    It seems there's a dilf.com...

    Edit: oh, and from what little I saw of it before closing the tab I'd better add an NSFW warning.

    November 22, 2007

  • This is only tangentially related, but we're having an election campaign in Australia at the moment and one of the candidates bears a strong resemblance to a famous MILF. Apparently other people have noticed that as well:

    Stifler's Mum

    November 21, 2007

  • You're both right. If we're going to collapse civilization, then why the hell isn't there such a thing as a DILF? Because it's damn creepy, that's why.

    November 21, 2007

  • Dredging up memories of past lectures on indexicals in philosophical logic, I think there might be scope for a paper, or even a conference, on what precisely is meant by the I('d) in MILF. For example, 'x said, "y is a MILF"' vs. 'x said that y was a MILF' ('MHLF'?). Let alone the 'MILF of the Week' one. (MOLF?)

    But it might be better not to think about it.

    November 21, 2007

  • By the way, I think this is an exceptionally ugly word for an uncomfortable concept. If there were a single word that epitomized the collapse of a civilization, it would probably be this one.

    November 21, 2007

  • The last time I was in NC (September) a radio station was running a contest for "milf of the week." I'm not a prude, but I thought this was a bit over the top. I can just image a ten year old hearing that and asking a parent what it meant.

    Also--let's say you held the title for a week. How would you tell people about it? It wouldn't make sense to call yourself a "milf" unless you're talking about, umm, self-pleasuring.

    I suppose you could call yourself an MYLF, but that kind of sends the wrong message...

    November 21, 2007

  • I hate to be the first one to comment on this word, but... I've been hearing it all *over* the place lately.

    November 21, 2007