A conversation filler. Something that lazy people say because they are far too lazy to actually respond to your comment/question in a serious manner.
Originally used in a simpsons episode (we think).
"You look really nice today, Stak"
"Psht. Nice like a FOX"
作者 Kia 2003年9月16日
A saying that can be added on to practically anything, or used on its own. It can be positive or negative, sarcastic or serious, can also have hidden meanings, which usually are not noticed due to the common usuage of the phrase. The term 'like a fox' first appeared on The Simpsons, when the Homer said "stupid like a fox."
"Damn, when did you get to be so smart?"
"Smart like a fox!"

"Your intelligence astounds me."
"Like a fox!"
作者 Katy 2003年12月26日

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