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.
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!"
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
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.
phrase to exaggerate craziness, often in sarcastic or half-joking form.
I'm crazy alright, crazy like a fox!!!