Monday, July 24, 2017

Guest Blogger: Drunk Fox

Hej kompisar,
For my non-Swedish speaking friends that means “Hello Friends.”  Drunk Fox here and I have been placed in charge of the blog while LIttle Fox is out exploring.  Let’s see, what should I talk about…...hmm…...well let’s just get it out on the table.  Yes, my name is Drunk Fox and no, I no longer drink.  I used to party pretty hard (I could tell you stories) but those days are over and now I hang out at Little Fox’s house with his friends

Technically, I am Little Fox’s uncle and  I showed up for dinner one night in 2009 and haven’t left yet. I kind of help myself to food and snacks around the house. LF's roommates don't seem to mind too much.
Darn it!  Out of chips.
These look like they have potential. 
Before I arrived at Little Fox’s house I used to work at IKEA.  If you have ever been there on a Saturday or Sunday you would drink too!

 I was in charge of the stuffed animals department for countless years till they updated the fox stuffy.  When they did that it was time for me to go.

Little Fox and I circa 2008
Updated fox stuffies at Ikea.

Anyway, I digressed. Hobbies?  Yes, I have quite a few hobbies to keep me occupied.  My main hobby is crossword puzzles.  You can usually find my nose in a book of  crossword puzzles during the day.  Often people write letters to me when they are struggling with crossword puzzles asking my help for clues.  
Clue: What is a 6 letter word for Fox?

For example this letter: "What is a 6 letter word for Fox?"
Answer: vulpes - Latin for Fox. I hope that is the answer they are looking for. 
Another crossword puzzle clue solved. It feels so good to give back to the community.

Friends don’t worry Little Fox will be back in the future.  He packed a bag, gave me the keys to the blog, and told me that he went to find himself.

Drunk Fox.


  1. Can you do the New York Times crossword puzzle?!?! It is beary hard. We can handle the TV Guide or People magazine crossword puzzle.

    1. I can't do the NY times but I can do the ones in Parade Magazine.

  2. Fantastic guest post, DF. Glad to get to know you better! I didn't know you were Swedish, or that you had a history with IKEA. Fascinating!

    1. I'm like an onion, so many layers. Thanks for the complimets Bark Knight....ummm I mean Droopy.

  3. Nah-hah!! So that's your background! I have to say, you and LF look much sharper than the new IKEA foxes. You're doing a great job on the blog by the way!

  4. I didn't know you retired from IKEA! They have a great cafeteria.