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the more she says she’s not the more we believe she is

I know plus doesn’t her expression remind anyone else of Weiss introduction in RWBY Vol 1 ep 2? “It’s not just sparring and practice you know!”

I think that is just sarcasm as it was dumb of him. Tsun means dishonest which sarcasm is kind of but not really. Dere is to love which she clearly does not. Freind and pupil yes. Love not really. Was going to give him a pass or easy time on training till he said that oh most definitely. Well phil hope that jab was worth it. On the pluss side you no longer need to worry about having a stroke do to the bacon as it will soon be on the floor. Silver linings.

Errm… according to wikipedia (which is probably what she used Google to find) the word is derived from the terms tsun tsun (ツンツン?), meaning to turn away in disgust, and dere dere (デレデレ?) meaning to become ‘lovey dovey’.
Another accepted definition of tsundere is a girl or a guy who has a combative attitude toward others but is also kind on the inside
I suppose Phil said that because she was scolding him, but he knows she isn’t so bad on the inside.

while true she isn’t really combative or scolding in general. she is rather straight forward. she gets mad if some takes a stab but is generally friendly, if phill really called her tsun just for scolding him that actually is rather shallow of him. especially as it really was dumb of him and what she showed was concern, so even the scolding would fall more under dere than it would under tsun which he drew emphasis on.

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