1) The vast amount of largely-useless add-ons it has;
2) Viewing pornography on the Internet;
3) Its obvious superiority to Internet Explorer (AKA IE);
4) Its obvious superiority to all other browsers; or
5) Its obvious superiority to life, the Universe; and everything else, including the kitchen sink and a unicorn's horn count.
Definition B. (noun): A synonymous term for red panda, which is an indigenous animal to Southeast Asia.
Definition C. (verb): A rapidly-spoken order from either an organization's boss or some other high-ranking officer, most often used to kick another employee out of their job. Usually, that said employee has either:
1) The given name "Fox;"
2) The surname "Fox;" or
3) The nickname "Fox."
Person 1: "Dammit, Internet Explorer just crashed on me again!"
Person 2: "Well, why don't you just use Firefox, then? It'll save you a lot of trouble."
Person 1: "Um, what did you say?"
Person 2: <inefficiently tries to explain what a Web browser is, and what Firefox is, and what its benefits over IE are, and so on, until Person 1 is finally convinced.>
(Later that week...)
Person 1: <goes on long rant about how awesome Firefox is.>
Person 2: "I know, right?!" (Etcetera, etcetera.)
Example of Definition B:
Some random person: "Red pandas are cute. No exceptions."
Example of Definition C:
Some CEO's Wife: "FORTHELOVEOFGOD-FIREFOX!!!!!"
Some CEO: "Okay, fine, whatever- I'll do it!"
1. Takes up a LOT more memory then Internet Explorer. 28MB compared to IE's 10MB.
2. Requires new plugins to view certain things.
3. Certain things won't work with it.
You don't need it, cock gobbler!
I am so tired of upgrading!
Whatever, mph, there are no DSO exploits.
Did you take the last beer?