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15th Aug '17 10:41:52 PM annette12
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* ''Series/ICarly'': Sam and Carly, in their own words, the "dirty blonde" and the "sweet (and prissy) brunette". Sam is an aggressive, [[BigEater gluttonous]] tomboy who is very strong and often physically attacks people. Carly is a sweet pretty NaiveEverygirl, and popular with boys. One episode has Carly teaching Sam how to attract a boy by acting more girly and Sam says to Carly “I wanna be more like you. You know, all soft and girly and weak”.
** Sam and her twin sister Melanie also fit this trope.

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Sam and Carly, in their own words, the "dirty blonde" and the "sweet (and prissy) brunette". Sam is an aggressive, [[BigEater gluttonous]] tomboy who is very strong and often physically attacks people. Carly is a sweet pretty NaiveEverygirl, and popular with boys. One episode has Carly teaching Sam how to attract a boy by acting more girly and Sam says to Carly “I wanna be more like you. You know, all soft and girly and weak”.
** Sam and her twin sister Melanie. The latter is sweet, classy, feminine and Sam's complete opposite. [[TheLadette Sam]] admits that Melanie also fit this trope.makes her sick.
15th Aug '17 3:17:24 PM GiorgioDaneri
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* ''WesternAmination/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'' has Yumi as the tomboy and Ami as the Girly Girl.

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* ''WesternAmination/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'' has Yumi Yumi, a blue haired punk rocker with combat boots as the tomboy and Ami Ami, who is pink haired and dressed as an A-Go-Go girl as the Girly Girl.
14th Aug '17 12:14:57 AM foomushroom
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** Sam and her twin sister Melanie also fit this trope.
13th Aug '17 3:58:57 PM lexicon
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* ''Manga/HighschoolOfTheDead'':
** Rei and Saya are both tomboys as compared to Shizuka. Rei is a straightforward example, due to [[http://www.mangareader.net/170-11311-43/high-school-of-the-dead/chapter-1.html her appearance and temperament]], as well as having been trained in Soujutsu ("spear fighting") by her father. Saya, on the other hand, is a [[ShortTank Short]] [[http://www.mangareader.net/170-11328-32/high-school-of-the-dead/chapter-18.html Tank]], though still [[TomboyWithAGirlyStreak somewhat feminine.]] Whereas Shizuka is the feminine type, complete with [[GirlyRun girly running]] and being concerned with fashion... [[http://www.mangareader.net/170-11312-24/high-school-of-the-dead/chapter-2.html even while running for her life from zombies!]]
** Shizuka has another tomboyish counterpart in kendo captain [[http://www.mangareader.net/170-11312-8/high-school-of-the-dead/chapter-2.html Saeko Busujima]], who puts practicality above everything else (as seen with the aforementioned incident where she rips Shizuka's skirt after the latter trips early on, and she does have a point).
-->'''Saeko: (to Shizuka)''' [[LampshadeHanging "To sit idly by, like a woman, isn't my style."]]



* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'':
** Officer Jenny and Nurse Joy are an obvious example. Jenny protects the public while Joy heals Pokemon and comforts their trainers.
** During the single time they interacted together, Misty and May fit fairly well. May, however, played the tomboy to Dawn's girly-girl when they interacted. Dawn played the girly-girl again, this time to Iris, in the next series.
** Also, Misty and Sakura-chan, with their interactions bordering in RomanticTwoGirlFriendship for some.
** The villainesses (and sisters) from ''Anime/PokemonHeroes'', Annie and Oakley.
** Zoey and Dawn. Zoey traditionally dresses in boyish coordinator attire while Dawn favors dresses, giving them a "prince and princess" motif.
** Serena and Shauna. Both Serena and Shauna are girly girl and tomboy respectively in ''Pokémon XY''. Serena's first outfit is black top with white collar, red skirt, high socks and black shoes and her second outfit is pink dress, black top with white colar, red waistcoat, high socks and black shoes while Shauna wears pink shirt, blue jean short-shorts, and pink shoes.
** In the Sun & Moon series, Lillie plays the girly girl to the tomboys of Lana and Mallow.



* Music/GirlsAloud at the beginning of their career. Nadine Coyle and Kimberley Walsh were the Girly Girls while Cheryl Tweedy, Sarah Harding, and Nicola Roberts were the tomboys. Nadine and Kimberley preferred skirts and were more primly dressed while Cheryl, Sarah, and Nicola preferred the "active girl" aesthetic. In fact, when the girls went to partake in some [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRSAO5aYsSM outdoorsy activities]], Nicola was quite proud at being adept with an rifle, while Kimberley and Nadine looked like they really enjoyed themselves, despite being very girly girls.
* Music/SpiceGirls had the two Melanies as the Tomboys - Sporty being...well [[CaptainObvious sporty]] and Scary being very hot-tempered. Emma and Victoria, Baby and Posh respectively, were the Girly Girls. Geri was a combination of the two, being the MsFanservice but also a FieryRedhead.
11th Aug '17 11:57:06 PM Mihe
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* In the Sun & Moon series, Lillie plays the girly girl to the tomboys of Lana and Mallow.

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* ** In the Sun & Moon series, Lillie plays the girly girl to the tomboys of Lana and Mallow.
11th Aug '17 11:56:29 PM Mihe
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* In the Sun & Moon series, Lillie plays the girly girl to the tomboys of Lana and Mallow.
8th Aug '17 6:58:10 PM FF32
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* ''VideoGame/Bomberman'': In ''Super Bomberman R'', both Pink and Aqua respectively with Pink being the ActionGirl, level-headed Tomboy and Aqua being the shy, polite Girly Girl

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* ''VideoGame/Bomberman'': ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}}'': In ''Super Bomberman R'', both Pink and Aqua respectively with Pink being the ActionGirl, level-headed Tomboy and Aqua being the shy, polite Girly Girl
30th Jul '17 12:48:59 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal2000'': Julie and her sister Kerrie. Whereas Julie is an amazonian ActionGirl, Kerrie is a timid DamselInDistress.
29th Jul '17 1:26:15 AM annette12
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** ''Film/BillboardDad'': Mary-Kate Olsen plays Tess Tyler, a girl who likes to cook and is the best member of the high diving team. She says it's the next best thing to the ballerina that their mom was. Ashley plays her boy crazy twin sister Emily, who enjoys surfing.
14th Jul '17 9:19:11 PM annette12
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* ''Literature/HarryPotter'' has Ginny Weasley and Fleur Delacour. While there are many Tomboys and Girly Girls in the ''Harry Potter'' books, this is the most pronounced, especially in the sixth book when the two are forced to room together. Fleur is beautiful, has a magic that entrances men, and thinks about romance and clothes all the time. Ginny is a tomboy who likes sports and her signature spell is the Bat Bogey Hex. A BettyAndVeronica example are Ron's two love interests in the series: [[RomanticFalseLead Lavender Brown]] and Hermione. Lavender is a ditzy GenkiGirl and [[GossipyHens gossipy hen]]. She is far more flirty and sexually confident than Hermione, who is OneOfTheBoys and an ActionGirl of the BadassBookworm variation.

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Ginny Weasley and Fleur Delacour. While there are many Tomboys and Girly Girls in the ''Harry Potter'' books, this is the most pronounced, especially in the sixth book when the two are forced to room together. Fleur is beautiful, has a magic that entrances men, and thinks about romance and clothes all the time. Ginny is a tomboy who grew up with six brothers, likes sports sports, and her signature spell is the Bat Bogey Hex. Hex.
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A BettyAndVeronica example are Ron's two love interests in the series: [[RomanticFalseLead Lavender Brown]] and Hermione. Lavender is a ditzy GenkiGirl and [[GossipyHens gossipy hen]]. She is far more flirty and sexually confident than Hermione, who is OneOfTheBoys and an ActionGirl of the BadassBookworm variation.



* ''Series/That70sShow'': Donna Pinciotti (TheLadette, FieryRedhead, and GirlNextDoor) and Jackie Burkhart ({{Tsundere}}, TheCheerleader, and LovableAlphaBitch). To a lesser extent, Kitty and Midge. Kitty works and has one hell of a temper when she gets mad while Midge is a stay at home Mom and is willing to pretend that Bob is her big strong man.

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* ''Series/That70sShow'': ''Series/That70sShow'':
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Donna Pinciotti (TheLadette, FieryRedhead, and GirlNextDoor) and Jackie Burkhart ({{Tsundere}}, (ProudBeauty, TheCheerleader, and LovableAlphaBitch). To a lesser extent, LovableAlphaBitch).
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Kitty and Midge. Kitty works and has one hell of a temper when she gets mad while Midge is a stay at home Mom and is willing to pretend that Bob is her big strong man.
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