Maybe it’s the mountain screamer that led to the name cougar being used for older women with younger men. While cougars attack your spine, jaguars attack your head.
Cougars are also known as pumas, mountain screamers, or painters. It likes to swim and so it eats fish, turtles and caimans, little animals that look like alligators, in addition to being a carnivore and hunting for meat.
Cougars like to hunt for elk, moose, deer, sheep, cattle, horses but they also eat insects and rodents. Animals who hate vampires, I am told at the office. But I am most interested in the jaguar because I belong to that age group. It is the third largest and classiest cat after the lion and the tiger.
When a cougar attacks, she bites you in the spine and that is harmful and painful.
Cougars cannot roar like lions but they emit low-pitched hisses, grunts and purrs. They are also known for their screams although these screams are often misinterpreted as the calls of other animals — that’s part of what Google says. Their teeth are so sharp they enjoy biting your head, puncturing your skull and wreaking havoc on your brain, which, by the way, is what an older woman my age would like to do to any man of any age that she manages to get her paws on. Jaguars have rosettes and white fur on their chests lined randomly with black.
AT THE age of 42, divorced for a second time and with two teens in tow, I flung myself headlong into the swirling waters of the singles social scene.
Younger men became my choice du soir after a 19-year-old seduced me on a ski trip in the Alps.
The study has been criticized, however, for limiting their results to online dating profiles, which are traditionally not used by those seeking older or younger partners, and for excluding the United States from the study.
The cougar concept has been used in television shows, advertising, and film.