"Like a Fox" is used after an action that one has just achieved as a discriptive phrase. When you have done something, adding "Like a Fox!" at the end will emphisize the slyness, talent or precision you or someone else has achieved something. "Like a Fox" can also be said; "Like Fox!". Like a Fox is traced back as far as an ancient phanton comic, where the Phantom states; "Crazy like a fox"
"I tricked you Like a Fox!"
"I am smart Likke Fox!"
"Stupid like a fox!" -Homer
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