Well, I may be a lot of things but according to this quiz, I’m not a dramaqueen…

You are a No Drama Mama!

No need for drama, you just chill out and don’t let things bother you
You’ve got a peaceful, zen-like attitude… even when things get crazy
You’re a pleasure to be around, and you have lots of friends to show for it
You don’t need to be the center of attention, you’re happy enough as is!

Tomorrow I’m going back to see what kind of a donut I am.


16 thoughts on “D.R.A.M.A.Q.U.E.E.N

  1. LOL I like the “tomorrow I’m going back to see what kind of donut I am” comment.

    Today I’m a “balanced babe”

    You’re direct and to the point, but never dramatic
    You’ve got the confidence to speak your mind to anyone
    But you leave the theatrics to Hollywood
    Level headed and emotionally stable, no wonder everyone loves you

  2. You’re not a drama queen. You write from your heart, and you probably show your heart (to your physical friends) on your sleeve. I know you’re enjoying the ‘drama queen’ comment though. I myself prefer oxymorons to metaphors – holy war comes to mind.

    I am thinking the best of you! By the way, Prairie Home Companion had a great show on Saturday dedicated to english majors. They mentioned metaphors on the show.

  3. I LOVE Prairie Home Companion…awesome.

    You’re right, PPPJ, I’m enjoying the Dramaqueen comment. I’m like a dog with a bone on that one. (there’s a similie for you today…just to break up the monotony)

    For those of you not in the know I frequented a discussion board and found the leadership to be lacking and inconsistent. I made a statement to that effect in an attempt to begin some conversation around change but was labeled a “dramaqueen” for my efforts. Lucky me.

    I’ll work on an oxymoron for you babe…

  4. Other oxymorons I love:
    clearly confused
    deafening silence
    definite maybe
    minor crisis

    I think you’re great you drama queen you!


  5. I’m a no drama mama too, although I had to take a bit of a punt on the Friends question having tried it and not liked it… so I don’t know who any of them are, only that they spawned the phrase “ewww” instead of “yuck”.



  6. LOL, Mrs, you are SO not a drama mama! That remark was made by a major high drama queen who doesn’t seem to recognize your ‘type.’ Maybe because you are like an impossible-to-understand foreign language to that purson? But, hey, it IS fun to assume another character for awhile – and that is fun to us because we know you.
    the momster

  7. Um…..can I find out what kind of donut I am? I thought would be kinda fun. I’d like to be a chocolate filled chocolate one – all gooey and full of fat. Can I be that? I really don’t want to be the jelly filled, or the glazed donut….hmmmm

  8. Looks like we’re the same donut and the same No Drama Mama. One of the catch phrases around our house, is “No drama, please.” That and, “We have enough!” These are both serving us very well BTW!

  9. Hey – just got here-did I miss the drama? Is your mama a llama? Mrs-I thought you were a drama queen-hehe. I am trying to get my won blog started-but I can’t get it to be viewable by the public??? Ok-going to take the drama test.


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