In the episode 5 of season 1 of the British television series Misfits the character Nathan Young says:
We have outfoxed the fox, which makes us very bloody foxy.
What does it mean in the context? My understanding after searching is something along the lines of:
We were more clever deceiving them than them to us, which makes us way more deceitful than them.
Is that interpretation correct or is there something different in the context?
Asking since Kelly Bailey laughed when he said that, to which Nathan said:
You like that, huh? Yeah.
My search results are below with the parts that I believe matter.
Definition of outfox:
Defeat or deceive (someone) by being more clever or cunning than they are; outwit.
Definition of fox1:
2 A cunning or sly person.
Definition of bloody2:
1 informal attributive Used to express anger, annoyance, or shock, or simply for emphasis.
Definition of foxy:
1.1 informal Cunning or sly in character.
Definition of cunning:
1 Having or showing skill in achieving one's ends by deceit or evasion.
Definition of [deceit]:
The action or practice of deceiving someone by concealing or misrepresenting the truth.