Chemistry teacher. A New Zealander which has a silver coat complexion on their facial and body hair thus giving this fox the name "silver". The fox tends to be somewhat lazy and tries to find various ways "to make money" through secondary teaching. The chemical reactions occuring within the "Silver Fox" can be characterised by the following equation:
Ag+(aq) + e = Ag(s)
thus allowing the liquid soluble silver hair into a solid within the follices of its hair/fur. Perhaps the most intriguing characteristic of the fox is its distinct favouritism it directed only at rugby players and his chemistry students.
All in all, its a dirty job but someone's got to it.
However, not as dirty as bage 's job.
Did you see that guy's hair?
Man, we just saw a motherfuckin' silver fox.
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