I'm not responsible if you decide to feed your buddies sweets after midnight and they go crazy on a sugar rush. How would you respond to such expressions? Maybe you can relate: I know some people who are very emote and it can be a bit entertaining if it's actually how they are. Some yandere stuff like knives being waved around could happen QAQ. Dis is me when I felt ill. Blushing, pouting, rage, annoyance, terror.
James just sat there, feeling silly, frustrated and disappointed at the same time. Looking for what show an image came from? Nearly all of the students in Class 3-E get afflicted with this from time to time, often over each other's weirder quirks or the just plain crazy stuff Koro-sensei pulls. Interestingly, a flashback during the Kyoto arc shows that when he was still training under Seijuro Hiko, Kenshin himself had bouts of this during the argument that led to him leaving Hiko's tutelage. In "Keeper of the Reaper" when Billy starts to get the upper hand over Mandy in the episode's trial, he gets cocky and points and pinches Mandy's face with his pointer finger, which could be best described as a screaming on the inside memetic face.
I was only trying to do my best and be really useful. Rosette Christopher of Chrono Crusade , being a Tsundere , often has this combined with physical violence toward Chrono. And no more sulking. But some engines are not quite so bright and good spirited.