drastic adj. drama n. When used together you have two adjectives.
Glenn told the customer his auto part would be at the store in the morning. Barring any dramastics.
to be dramatic with a touch of drasticness; to be dramatic and drastic at the same time.
Dramastic measures had to be taken in order to insure justice.
A combination of the words "dramatic" and "drastic" it is used to characterize a response that is blown out of proportion and is very severe at the same time.
Getting locked out of your car and running across a busy highway and returning with a cinderblock which you then hurl through your windshield... That's dramastic.
1. A drasticly dramatic change.
2. Well, any change really.
1. When she started taking steroids there was a dramastic change in her vaginal bulge.
2. Man, the weather made a dramastic change...
When someone or something is dramaticly drastic.
When a glass ball rolls dramaticly fast off the end of the table and crashes drasticly on the floor, or when you eat five too many, dramatic. Then try to kill your friends, drastic... Dramastic.
1. A often unconscious precision with which individuals unknowingly plan, memorize and strategically insert a series of exaggerated dramatic events into their lives.
2. A behaviour requiring considerable effort, care and nurturing, infusing every moment of the day, invading every conversation, impeding every action and creating pain and suffering for those who could otherwise be leading happy lives.
3. The single most practiced methodology to cover up immaturity and fear, used by human beings to keep themselves separate and protected from others playing the game of life 'safely' - void of excitement, happiness, community and joy.
"Don't go getting all Dramastic on me."
"Your Dramastics are playing out in fine form..."
"You need more happy and less crappy ... That's a life without Dramastics."
"Get the Dramastics out of your life"
When something is both dramatic and drastic. Note: it has nothing to do with gymnastic.
Whoa, that was dramastic man!