Definition of drama queen
- a constant source of interpersonal conflict.
There are too many drama queens in this town.
- a person who is overreacting to something.
Citation from "Roger Codger", American Dad! (TV), Season 1 Episode 5 (2005) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
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Other terms relating to 'drama':
|Definitions include: a constant source of interpersonal conflict.|
|Definitions include: no problem.|
Other terms relating to 'queen':
|Definitions include: to vomit.|
|Definitions include: a (usually homosexual) male dressed in women's clothing.|
|Definitions include: a cold-blooded or frigid woman.|
|Definitions include: used among gay males for someone who is controlling, uncompromising|
|Definitions include: a woman expressing her leadership; mostly used by females referring to their role as the main and only leader.|
|Definitions include: a person who is in denial.|
|Definitions include: a female that loves sausage (i.e. penises).|
|Definitions include: a gay male who greatly prefers a large penis.|
|Definitions include: a female who is inattentive or forgetful: "spaced-out."|
|Definitions include: a hoe that doesn't want to do anything besides suck dick and smoke.|
|Definitions include: what you start looking for when you've struck out all night and still wanna get laid; an ugly chick that hangs out till last call.|
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