Craig Fox

Craig FoxCraig Fox has been a veteran of radio for more than 30 years, waking up country music fans in this area since June 2002. Craig has also worked on radio stations in Toronto , Hamilton , Kitchener , Guelph and Chatham . Craig spent two seasons as the narrator of the weekly Life Network television program "Flick". He has also been the voice of national and international radio and television commercials for names like Bell ExpressVu, Brother, Canjet, Samsung, Suzuki, among many others. Craig and his family enjoy life in Oxford County and are proud to call this area home.

Join Craig mornings from 5:00 am to 10:00 am.


Sings You're Married To A Spy

Wednesday, 29 November 2017 05:38 Craig Fox
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• When you tell him about your day, he says, “I know.”
• He introduces himself last name first, then first name followed by last name again.
• Whenever you use his pen, the grocery list turns into a smoking heap of ash.
• You grab the wrong book and a secret door swings open.
• When you sneak up on her to scare her for fun, she does a spin move and chokes you out.
• His Christmas wish list includes sharks with fricking laser beams attached to their heads
• He owns an assortment of trench coats and has a penchant for hiding in bushes.  Note: He also might be a pervert.
• All text messages self destruct after 30 seconds
• The names of all the women in his address book seem suspiciously like double-entendres.
• He sets his Amazon account to auto reorder piano wire every month, but you don’t own a piano.
• Someone is always trying to run you off the road.
• She tells you to talk dirty in bed.  But closer to the microphone.
• You are a spy and you both work at the same place.

 

Fake Canadian History

Tuesday, 21 November 2017 05:29 Craig Fox
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• A group of Canadians is called an “apology”.
• One hundred years ago, Canada decided “eh” would be the sound the question mark makes.
• The NFL cancelled its Canadian expansion plans in 1973 when all 7 proposed cities demanded their team names would have to be Roughriders
• Vancouver gets its name from the Squamish word for “unaffordable rents”
• Newfoundland was bought and paid for with Canadian Tire money.
• The term “Double Double” is a Canadian version of ‘Aloha’, meaning both Hello & Goodbye.
• At birth, Canadians are issued their own hockey card rather than a birth certificate.
• Neil Young wrote the national anthem, but they had to cut out the ten minute guitar solo.
• On Canada Day, every citizen is required to apologize to three random strangers and offer them some maple syrup as a token of friendship
• Canadian Netflix has always had a great selection.

 

Questions For A Man, From A Woman

Friday, 17 November 2017 06:04 Craig Fox
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• How is it you can be looking for something, be told EXACTLY where it is, and still not see it?
• How is it you never remember which day is garbage day, when it hasn’t changed for 9 years?!
• Isn’t it embarrassing how you act when you’re sick?
• Do you hear the Charlie Brown teacher every time a woman speaks to you about her feelings?
• Do you want to go to ‘Bed , Bath and Beyond’ with me?
• Why do you even try to argue with me?
• Do you really need a seat for each of your legs?
• If you speak in the forest and there’s no one there to hear you, are you still wrong?
• Why is it when you watch your own kids, people say you’re ‘babysitting’?
• Why do you act like you just cleaned the entire house simply because you took out the trash?
• Are you even listening to me?
• Why can’t you just put the seat down?!!!

 

Questions To Ask After Your Interviewer Asks; "Any Questions?"

Thursday, 16 November 2017 06:36 Craig Fox
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• “At what point in facial hair growth have I crossed the line into ‘pornstache’?”
• “Just how much liquor is considered ‘drinking on the job’?”
• “Can you show me on this doll where HR would allow me to do massages?”
• “Can we swap shoes? I think I hear the cops.”
• “Do you want to wear my ski mask for a little bit?”
• “For insurance purposes, which of us do you think will be the first to catch fire?”
• “How much wood would a blah blahdy blah woodchuck you know the drill. Question mark?”
• “What’s the capital of Paraguay?”

 

Signs It's Time To Trade Up

Wednesday, 15 November 2017 05:49 Craig Fox
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• Opening your trunk requires finding a screwdriver.
• People behind you change lanes to keep your oil off their windshield.
• You never get lost because of the Hansel and Gretel-like trail of loose parts that it leaves behind.
• You offer your friend a ride and he says, “No thanks.  I’ll walk”.  It is raining.
• The motor is so loud you can’t hear a dump truck crash through a nitroglycerin factory.
• You have to leave it running for fear it might not start back up.
• You’ve been chased down by a fire truck.
• You park on the side of the road and someone stops and asks you if you are injured.

 

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