1. drama brought about by the incarceration or a near-incarceration experience of someone close to you.
2. unavoidable drama brought about by a group of close friends or family members that leaves you feeling as though you have been stuck into a prison cell with all involved parties.
1. "It's not my fault he keeps getting drunk in public; I'm just sick of all of his prison drama!"
2. "My family and their prison drama, man. They feel as though I should have an opinion in every matter."
Your sister-in-law following your sibling's divorce.
I get along fine with my exter Michelle, she's a good mother to my nieces.
Not usually deemed to be one until after the fiasco of a wedding, the Troll Bride makes a series of mistakes & poor decisions out of pure stubbornness, uneducated guesses, & deceit that antagonize the groom & everyone else involved.
Troll brides are guilty of some if not all of the following:
*Got the groom to propose after falsely claiming to be pregnant.
*Rejected initial engagement ring & demanded a prettier, more expensive one.
*Canceling arrangements at the last moment, after whatever was ordered has already been paid for.
*Making sure the bridesmaids are dressed as frumpy as possible so no one will pay attention to them.
*Postponing the wedding because the groom broke tradition by seeing her before the ceremony.
*Making the groom or his parents pay for everything.
*Interfering with the caterers & decorators by lording over every thing they do, like she knew their job better than they did.
*Saying "I do not" after begin asked "do you take this man."
*Postponing the wedding several times, especially for petty reasons.
*Telling the groom his best friend can't be his best man because she hates him.
*Complaining about the wedding gifts while the givers are withing earshot.
*Making the baker redo the cake.
*Acting like a spoiled diva drama queen.
Are you really going to marry your troll bride of a girlfriend after she ran out on the last guy she was engaged to?
She ended up being a troll bride; she lied about being pregnant & he's stuck with her because divorce is expensive.
What a troll bride; there's no part of the ceremony or after party where she didn't make an embarrassing ass out of herself.
Looking down on her friends and family isn't a way of life for Mary Alice Young (Brenda Strong) . it's a way of death. One day, in her perfect house, in the loveliest of suburbs, Mary Alice ended it all. Now she's taking us into the lives of her family, friends and neighbors, commenting from her elevated P.O.V.more...
Her small circle of girlfriends are wondering why one of their own would do something so rash. and so messy. There's Susan Mayer (Teri Hatcher), the divorcee and single mom who will go to extraordinary lengths for love; Lynette Scavo (Felicity Huffman), the ex-career woman who traded the boardroom for boredom, mixed with moments of sheer panic as the mother of four unmanageable kids; Bree Van De Kamp (Marcia Cross), the Martha Stewart on steroids, whose family is about to mutiny; and Gabrielle Solis, the ex-model with everything she's every wanted - a rich husband, a big house - so what is she doing with John, the 17-year-old gardener (Jesse Metcalfe)? And there are her neighbors, including serial divorcee Edie Britt (Nicollette Sheridan), whose romantic conquests have everyone buzzing.
Then there are the men: Hunky new neighbor Mike Delfino (James Denton), a supposedly widowed plumber who has Susan and Edie vying for his attention; Rex Van De Kamp (Steven Culp), who's just told Bree he wants a divorce; Gabrielle's better half, Carlos (Ricardo Antonio Chavira), who figures he bought his wife a $15,000 diamond necklace, so she should do whatever he tells her; a...
A woman who collects emotional baggage over time. Wherever she is, so are her bags. Bags often contain the affects of betrayal, dishonesty, molestation, abortions, rejection, low-self esteem, etc. These are examples of baggage that often destroys relationships.
That bag lady needs some counseling. All of her marriages end in divorce because of her baggage.
Someone who insists on expounding every detail about every issue in their life every time they see you in hopes you'll feel bad for them. Somehow these people always have a lot of terrible things happen to them. Even though you do feel bad for them, you get tired of hearing about it.
Andrew cornered me in the hall and updated me on his sister's crippling car crash, his mother's botched dialysis, his divorce, and how his cat died last week, even though he just told me yesterday. He's such a sympathy whore.
the teen version of when adultsfreak out becuase they go to work and pay bills and can't sit around all day eatin potato chips and get everythin for free and get a divorce from their partners at the first sign of a disagreement. Mostly american adults who dont see what is goin on in other countries. adults do have a lot of problems but a lot of problems they caused such as wars, the economy, the 70 percent divorce rate etc. only difference is that it is a teen and no one cares.
"teen agnst" is the same as the adultdam im so stressed out i had to work today why why why is this happening to me?