Implys the opposite. The individual refered to is not crazy at all, rather cunning (like a fox). Used when one appears to be 'crazy', but is acting with a hidden motive, in a cunning way
Person 1 : "What's that guy doing? He's crazy"
Person 2 : "Yeah...Crazy like a FOX!"
作者 Umpa Lumpa 2003年10月15日
Nothing to do when cornered/stealing french fries or just plain bored, the C.l.a.F. is best used. It involces a distraction, te shouting, "Crazy... LIKE A FOX!" Then headbutting them after they turn around.
Dude, Jared just totally Crazy....LIKE A FOX 'D Rob.

I know, perfect timing.
作者 RayRayBeaverface 2007年9月16日
an individual whose actions are unpredictable; they can be cunning (or at least like to think that they are) and a bit sneaky. Not to be confused with batshit crazy, though ingestion of alcohol and other narcotic substances can lead to the "fox" in question to lose the ability to disguise their craziness and indeed become a crazy freaking maniac
George: "thank you. you're welcome. thank you. you're welcome. thank you. you're welcome"
Andrew: "you're batshit crazy!"
George: "no way, man- I'm Crazy like a Fox."
作者 antimyrmidon 2011年4月06日
Simile used to describe a person or event that acts or is outside of the norm in either a sneaky or fun way. May also be used in elliptical form (parts of the phrase are implied and not actually spoken). Origin: Homer Simpson.
"Allison likes to wear shiny pants when she's drunk; she's crazy like a fox."

"Becca is 'crazy LIKE a' today because she had 3 Frappucinos for breakfast.
作者 miriam 2004年2月18日
phrase to exaggerate craziness, often in sarcastic or half-joking form.
I'm crazy alright, crazy like a fox!!!
作者 maybenot 2003年9月05日

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