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1.
FOXING; (verb) 'To Fox'

The art of going into places you shouldn't, taking things you oughtn't to, and doing things that in most countries are probably just a tiny bit illegal. Acts are usually performed while under cover of darkness, with an MO directed in a more lighthearted vein, as opposed to an operation of terror or destruction. Can also be used to describe an outing of mischief. Similar to reality hacking, urban infiltration/urban exploration, and parkour, but with the added bonus of 'finding' random items to be 'purchased' as trophies for well-run missions.
Sample Activities and Term Usage;

1. Finding an 'open' door to an office and 'purchasing' a half-dozen paperclips from the workstation for trophies. Perhaps if time, rearranging important looking papers that were found in the 'unlocked' filing cabinet and drawing smiley faces in the centre of each one. Take the umbrella.

2. Collecting goslings.

...I don't think this one needs any explaination.

3. Deviant #1: "Man, we should go Foxing!"
Deviant #2: "Yeah! I love Foxing! So when do we start?"
Deviant #1: "Right now. Behind three locked doors, past a rabid pirate, and down a pitch-black ventilator shaft, there's an elastic band waiting with my name on it. You in?"
Deviant #2: "Yeah! But what do I get?"
Deviant #1: "...Uh, you can have the post-it pad."
Deviant #2: "Yeah! I love post-its!"
Deviant #1: "..."
by Fox ...of course. *wink* October 14, 2006
 
2.
To fox can be anything from roaming with your bro's, to doin' it for Dale.

also to make sweet love to a babe... or man if that's what you're into.

And the act of inhaling Marijuana(a.k.a. foxables)
Example 1. "Damn man, they're just foxin' the night away in there"

Example 2.
Person 1, "Dude, let's fox"
Person 2, "Foxxx"

Example 3.
Person 1, "I'm lookin' to fox tonight"
Person 2, "I brought Pooky"

Example 4, "Foxing is a way of life, more of a religion, if you may"
by Sercumstance February 16, 2009
 
3.
political and media term derived from the strategy of unfair and unbalanced media reporting solely for the purpose of killing any candidate that does not agree with the big business mantra. Derivation orignally from FOX network. While it is the global big business interest pulling the strings, terms such as "gay marriage," "illegal aliens," "tax and spend liberal" and "abortion" are used as buzz words in foxing a candidate, while big business uses the buzz word "conservative" to conceal it's real identity.
the talking heads have been foxing Obama all month.
by snappy2 March 30, 2008
 
4.
(verb) To lie,distort the truth, or make things up.

Using Fox News to describe lying.
Oh now your just Foxing things up!
by Bubba Backwater October 15, 2006
 
5.
to pretend to be asleep when someone checks on you.
Mother: "David, are you asleep or just foxing?"
David: "No, Mom I'm sleeping"

see also nap fraud
by David Barber September 14, 2005
 
6.
The act of sneaking around about something
"that dude is foxin' bout somethin'and I'm going to find out what the fuck it is"

(beware: foxing may result in you getting your bitchass kicked, take extreme caution when doing this.)
by shanxxx the exorcist July 30, 2005