To be deliberately deceived by the propaganda tactics that Fox uses: http://journalism.indiana.edu/news/oreilly-study-generates-national-attention/
Similar to being Rushed by similar tactics by Rush Limbaugh or being Drudged by believing a Drudge Report link from a dubious source.
A lot of teabaggers sure got Foxed in that phoney grassroots campaign.
The very first Foxed project was "Aliens Quake". 20th Century Fox forced users to stop distributing the software on the grounds that it infringed on their IP. Since the introduction of the DMCA many other proejcts have beeen Foxed including the DeCSS DVD cracking software.
See: "A Jail of Two Cities" interview of Dave "WhiteNoise" Wallin by Fragmaster@planetquake
Foxing generally ends with a "it's not you, it's me" text...or no text if you've been heavily foxed.
Getting Foxed is generally worse then getting dumped because in the lead up to your foxing run the risk of engaging in the following regrettable behaviour; a) send to incessant text messages to the Foxer b) clear your diary in the hope the Foxer will make time for you c) facestalk instastalk twitstalk
Guy: That's cool I didn't really like you anyway.
Girl: There's no need to be a prick because you got foxed