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- Gamble Fish: Natsumi Kimura reacts this way when the other members of Tomu's harem start glomping him. Additionally, her pigtails go up on either side for Ruleof Funny.
- In an episode of To Love-Ru Darkness, Momo does this when Nemesis has Rito accompany her for a day about town as her servant.
- Yu-Gi-Oh!: Dark Magician Girl sports this trope (while floating) during the Virtual World Arc in response to Crump being a jerk and a pervert. Despite being the franchise's unofficial sex symbol, she's able to pull this trope off due to how adorable her expression is.
- Chivalryofa Failed Knight: Stella Vermillion provides the page image during Ikki's match with the Hunter. After Ikki takes a few of the Hunter's blows, the spectators start to look down on him, thinking he doesn't have talent. Stella has none of it and calls them out on it for only getting by on their natural talent and not being able to appreciate the hard work Ikki's put into honing his skills.
- In Act 1 Chapter 6 of Soul Eater: Troubled Souls, Claudia is described as assuming this pose ("Claudia stomped on the ground with one foot, both arms down, and her knuckles up") because her weapon meister, Caius, refuses to go shopping in Ireland after killing their target. Naturally, it's Played for Laughs.
- Blaz Blue Chrono Phantasma: in one Gag Reel where Ragna gets the Spectacles of Eros plastered onto him, when Noel sees Ragna act awkwardly when Celica says she likes Ragna (when he would deny other girls' confessions), Noel strikes this pose while being angry at Ragna (although we only see her hips and her right hand, visibly stretched down and angled sideways).
- Marvel vs. Capcom 3: One of Phoenix Wright's Limit Break has his partner Maya appear in front of him and strike this pose, before rushing at the enemy while flailing her arms.
- Princess Sally does this in some of her exceptionally childish arguments with Sonic in Sonic Satam, even adding a tantrum-esque foot stomp to the mix.