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- Both Sasha and Daichi from Greek Ninja are this.
- Web author Twisted Hilarity's popular story The Last Pure Human features Max, who finds himself centuries in the future on an alien planet after being cryogenically frozen on his way to a colony, Exty Years from Now. To summarise, he finds himself unwillingly 'married' to giant alien Cat-Man Kasan: cue a long, long series of "I hate him. I'm not even gay. I am totally not into his huge hot body. I am not going to lead him on, especially not when he does that sexy smile of his. Nope. Not one bit." Thankfully this grows less prominent as the story goes on.
- This girl from Not Always Romantic.
- Gardevoir in Pokemon: World of Chaos. She is always mad at her master Tee-Jay, calling him "jerk" and stuff, partially due to the fact that she is a Shadow Pokemon (and a former Dark Pokemon), and so her heart is "closed". But she is very jealous when TJ speak to women and blushes everytime he made her a compliment.
- David Chapman from you could make a life. He's convinced that he hates his rival Jake Lourdes, but when Jake asks him why exactly he hates him so much, the only response David can come up with is to kiss him. Add to that how his icy treatment of Jake begins giving way to blushes and shy replies when Jake doggedly keeps on pursuing him and how he has no experience whatsoever in dealing with feelings of love/attraction, and you have a bonafide tsundere on your hands.
- Knife from Inanimate Insanity is a huge jerk to pretty much everyone in Season 1, but in Season 2 he became less of a jerk and started showing signs of caring for the others.
- Kagerou Project: Takane Enomoto◊ (the past life of Ene). She has no friends - due in part to her hostile expression, and also due to being in a special class with only a boy to keep her company. Naturally, her character song is about her developing a crush on him. And she hates it. By the end of the song, she's showing signs of becoming Sweet, reflecting her own acceptance of her feelings. Too bad they both die before she can tell him.
- In The Most Popular Girls in School, Brittnay Matthews is normally quite bitchy, but she does save her Dere side for people she genuinely cares about.
- Weiss Schnee from RWBY fits the Type A classification. In the first season she defaults to being a high-strung perfectionist who constantly criticizes people who don't measure up to her standards, but over time her teammates get her to loosen up. Later in the story we eventually find out what exactly motivates her to be this way.
- In The Most Popular Girls in School, Trisha Cappelletti is normally sweet, but do not ever get on her bad side. Just ask Ashley.
- I'm a Marvel... and I'm a DC: Random Gal... And HOW!!
- Yahtzee comes across as a Tsundere whenever he has to grudgingly admit that he actually likes something. The fanbase has picked up on this, too.
- Neil Gaiman apparently thought of George W. Bush as being Tsundere towards Saddam Hussein.
- Princess Peach in this video. Mario and Bowser actually gush over how Tsundere she is!
- Although that may actually be a subversion; she's not being "tsundere", she's just sick of them both and their ugly faces, not to mention this whole fruitless kidnapping/rescue thing.
- Church from Red vs. Blue probably fits in here somewhere. He's a jerk most of the time, but on occasion shows that he really does care about the rest of his team (and about Tex). The instant he realizes that he's done so, however, back comes the tsuntsun side. Tex is just plain tsuntsun, though. It particularly shows up in this episode when Tex and Church confront O'Malley.
- In season 8 his deredere side comes out a bit more. Then again, it's kind of maybe not quite the original Church.
- Jon from The Runaway Guys.
- Light Yagami in Death Note: The Abridged Series (Kpts4tv). He acts Harsh towards Ryuk and Sweet towards L or was it Beyond Birthday?
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