FICTIONAL FOXES, IN ORDER OF CHARM++
Inspired by an item on The Toast the other day. Did I miss any?
- •Robin Hood from Disney's Robin Hood.The scamp that started it all. As Mallory Ortberg rightly noted, "100% of women want to have sex with a man who embodies the fox version of Robin Hood from the cartoon Robin Hood, but most do not actually want to have sex with a fox or a man dressed as one." Good with kids, hopelessly in love with his childhood sweetheart, great at archery, would totally crush a costume party AND he robs the rich to feed the poor? In the words of my friend Hill, "That fox can get it."
- •The Fantastic Mr. Fox.Voiced by Clooney, snappy dresser, v v cunning, good at rallying folks behind a cause. That said, his motives are a bit less obviously pure than those of Robin Hood. He does it for the thrill, you know? Because I feel like he should be able to feed a family on his newspaper columnist salary?
- •Foxy BrownSuggested by @vp
- •Guy FawkesThat voice...Suggested by @Nicholas
- •The Fox from Fox and the Hound.Completely adorable, values having friends who are different from him, understands that though it is a cliche, yes, women appreciate flowers as a romantic gesture. Loses points for being really young through most of the movie, which gives this already questionable intellectual exercise a slight icky feel.
- •Swiper from Dora the Explorer.Swiper, you are just terrible at swiping. Zero points.