flounce \flouns\

verb (used without object)
1. To go with impatient or impetuous, exaggerated movements.
2. To throw the body about spasmodically; flounder.

noun 
3. An act or instance of flouncing; a flouncing movement.

↓ Transcript
WOI - 0004: FLOUNCE

[ Panel 1 ]

DAPPER SQUID: I’ve noticed you’ve had a KEEN EYE on that FAIR LADY over there.

DAPPER WHALE: I have not.

[ Panel 2 ]

DAPPER SQUID: Of couse you have, even a gentleman as yourself CANNOT deny the ALLURE of a creature such as her!

DAPPER WHALE: She DOES know how to FLOUNCE that blubber quite suggestively doesn’t she?

[ Panel 3 ]

DAPPER SQUID: That she does, sir, that she does.

:: Lost in the trance of the music of the club, a female whale is dancing her blubbery heart out in a Victorian dress. ::