F.F. has the ability to modify their appearance at any time. Their usual look, however, is that of the prisoner Atroe, a lady of ordinary height and lean frame with hair or a cap covering her head in a mop or bob with a serrated edge at the ends. Her eyes are red like those of a doll.
They are thieves who work alone or in pairs, picking pockets or breaking into houses. They usually live on what they steal, although there are reports of some being arrested for crimes they have not committed.
The first F.F. was a woman named Francine Francis, who was imprisoned for 15 years for robbery before being released due to lack of evidence. She created the character after being inspired by Zorro, a fictional hero who appeared in several novels written by American author Johnston McCulley. The character became so popular that she has since been portrayed in other media, most notably in a 1944 film noir starring Dennis O'Keefe as the title character.
Since then, others have taken up the mask and sword, including a man named Andy Devine who starred in a series of films in the 1950s. There have also been various comic books and video games featuring characters based on F.F., some of which have been made into movies.
So, yes, Firefox is a girl!
FF stands for larger than average. This term refers to items of clothing that are both large and loose fitting.
Larger sizes are available for men and women. Men's sizes range from XL to 5XL, while women's sizes range from XS to 8X.
Loose fitting clothes are also called "agile fit" or "athletic wear." These descriptions apply to shirts, pants, jackets, and other garments for men and women.
Agile fits are most commonly found in athletic wear because this category requires no specific tailorings like dress shirts do. As you can guess from the name, agile fits are very flexible and able to move with you as you exercise.
Athletic wears are available in different materials such as cotton, polyester, and wool. Wool is the most durable material and will last longer if you don't mind spending more money on clothes. Cotton is the cheapest option but will likely get dirty fast since it's natural fiber and won't hold up as well when it comes to stains.
Polyester is a plastic-like material and tends to be dry feeling.
She is the female equivalent of Hefty Smurf, who defended a community of Smurfettes in her own Forbidden Forest settlement. She is well-known for wearing a four-leaf clover in her cap and carrying a bow and arrow. She has been known to travel around the world looking for new Smurfette villages to join.
Hefty's sister is named Starla and she is the female counterpart of Brainy Smurf. They are both daughters of Papa Smurf and they are the only two sisters in the entire universe.
Starla was invited by Brainy to come live with him in his secret base under the city where they could fight evil together. But even though she loves fighting crime, Starla does not want to be an evil villain like her brother. She prefers being seen as a hero like her brother.
Hefty met Starla when she arrived at Brainy's base under the city and they soon became friends. They go on adventures together and fight crime while searching for new Smurfette settlements to join.
Hefty has been known to hang out with Grouchy Smurf, Happy Smurf, Sulk Smurf, and Dandy Smurf.
She also has a pet smurf named Nimble who is always trying to help her fight crime!
Appearance Yellow is a female, but a recurring humor in the manga is that she disguises herself as a boy so that most people don't notice. Her disguise is as simple as wearing a hat over her head to conceal her long blonde hair.
Personality Like many other females, Yellow has many secrets from everyone including her friends. She is also very shy at first but once you get to know her she opens up more than most females do. Yellow has a good heart even if she does wear masculine clothes. She also loves animals especially cats. When she was younger, she wanted to be a cat when she grew up.
History Yellow was born in a small town in Japan called Hokkaido. She has no idea who her parents are because they abandoned her when she was young. She lived alone until she was adopted by Tetsu and Mitsuo Yagami, two detectives who work for the police department. They live in an apartment building called "Yokosuka Heights" where there are many other adults who work at the police department. Yokosuka is a city on the opposite side of Japan from Tsutsujidai where the manga takes place.
Tetsu and Mitsuo were only able to adopt her because they knew how poor her family was. Even though they tried their best to give her a normal life, she still longed for her real family.