I just picture this next story as a plot point from the TV show Letterkenny. Jared Keeto's character Wayne would stand up and have this distinctive and frankly odd stance when he does. I don't get it but I don't think we're meant to.
A man walks into a bar feeling gloomy walks into a bar
"What's wrong John?" asks the bartender, standing with his legs apart and hands on his hips.
John says, "It's the wife. I feel like she doesn't love me anymore. Our love life feels dull and the sex has become routine."
The bartender starts stroking his chin, legs apart, with one hand on his hip. "Hmmm. Well,I've never had a problem with the ladies. In the years of my happy marriage, distance has always made the heart grow fonder."
John looks at the bartender with a spark in his eye. Without saying a word, he rushes home to his wife. There, she is reading a book in the bedroom, when John bolts in, posing just as the bartender was: legs apart, with his hands on his hips.
In a felt swoop, he rips the clothes off his wife and proceeds to make love to her through the night.
After what seems like hours, she turns to John. Still trying to catch her breath, she asks him what changed.
John gets up, stands with his legs apart and puts his hands on his hips. "It's this stance", he says.
"What about this stance, John?".
He lifts one hand and starts stroking his chin, legs apart and with one hand on his hip.
"This stance makes the heart grow fonder."