n. confusing situation aggravated by the addition of high drama
Emilee, once again finding herself drowning in Ms. Moore's conflama, decided it was time to distance herself.
Conflama is a "campy" word that can be used when conflict and drama are occuring simultaneously. It's a contraction of the words conflict + drama = conflama.
"Girl, that boy I am dating is just full of conflama."
"Girl, I don't have time for your conflama, OK? I've got my own conflama going on..."
A combination of conflict and drama
There is too much conflama when the family gets together.
Confusion and drama
No one liked seeing Jawanna coming; she was well-known at this KMart, and sometimes violent. Conflama followed her around like a shadow.
Fortunately, she didn't cause any conflama
while she was taking her medicine.