“She’s a Fox!”Posted: February 11, 2016
This is not referring to an animal fox, but a young and beautiful women. dievca read that this is derived from the ancient British word of Foxismonitism, meaning attractive or sexually appealing. But she is not sure — the sources were sketchy. Whatever the truth, the word fox has evolved over the years to become a more well-known, slang word, foxy.
dievca remembers her first real compliment in 7th grade at the local Park District pool. she was sitting near a boy she had a crush on (8th grader) and overheard him talking to a High School boy. The High School Boy said, “She a Fox!” and dievca was astounded when she realized that the guy was talking about her!
A moment hidden in dievca’s memory banks until she bought this chemise during the end of the year sales and saw the name on the tag. she may be a bit (o.k. a lot) older and not quite as appealing, but she can still be considered Foxismonitism in certain eyes (and light). XO
dievca bought the Cosabella “Never Say Never” Foxie Chemise in Aloe