The rabbit darted along the hedgerow. "Only a little bit farther", he thought, weaving in and out of obstacles. Pushing harder and harder so the fox wouldn't catch him, before diving safely into his burrow.
The fox, to any bystander, looked to snap at the rabbit hole, hoping to catch a morsel. Instead, the fox whispered, "Let's play again tomorrow rabbit." The two were actually the most unseemliest friends.