There is one joseki that i see a lot and absolutely hate. When approaching the 4-4 point and your opponent pincers tightly, I often see a jump and leaning on the pincer in response. harder to use than the might be suspected.

As always, I'm not saying this joseki is wrong, or bad. It is a style of play and like most styles it fits some more than others. And if you find it not fitting you very well, it's always good to have an idea of what alternatives might be available to you instead.