drama queennoun

  • ja過剰に騒ぎ立てる人、悲劇のヒロイン気取り
  • ensomeone who creates an unnecessary or excessive fuss

Examples

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I got it. Try...
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You know what? It made me laugh when I heard it, but Pam got really offended.
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Big boobs.
4.
Drama queen?
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Nosy.
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You're typing "big boobs?"
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I'm trying everything.
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Try "big boobs" with a 'z.'
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That's...the password. We're in.
10.
- Alright, yes. - Wow.
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The important thing is this kept us secure, people.
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- I have cerebral palsy. - What's that?
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It's a disability with the brain manifested through muscular incoordination.
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Okay, now you're just being a drama queen.
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Kelly takes the prize for being 'The Office’s biggest drama queen...
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Ultimatums are key.
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Basically, nobody does anything for me anymore unless I threaten to kill myself.
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...but she’s followed closely by Andy.
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You love drama.
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I know, I do, right?
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I’m a total drama queen.
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Hello, who are you guys?
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I'm Devin.
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This is my mom.
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And I'm Stacey, his mom.
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What's he all about?
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Oh, boy, he's kind of a drama queen. A pretty little liar.
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Devin, do you agree with that?
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No. I agree with the pretty part.
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Guys get a terrible rap because they just like *bleep* things up all the time.
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We are to blame for most *bleep*.
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I also don't like the stigma that I can't be in touch with myself emotionally.
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Being a man, we don't cry about a lot of things.
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Yeah, being able to cry would be nice.
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You get called a drama queen or a princess.
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Yeah, we feel things.
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I think people should respect that.