Friday, where she spoke candidly—and hilariously—about her recent dating disasters. Here’s the her dating app: Ever since I was a teenager and excited about the idea of dating someone, I always had fantasized about a blind date—which I had never and will never be able to have—on my side, at least,” Barrymore said.
I was like, ‘What are the 25 questions? And who would they place me with? Years went by before Barrymore mustered up the courage to sign up for Raya, which a friend had been using. Then one night, I’m flying home by myself and I’m like, ‘Screw it! I’m going to fulfill my fantasy and go on a dating app!
So, I went on it and no one responded. To Barrymore’s credit, it wasn’t for a lack of effort on her part. One guy wrote, ‘What is someone like you doing on an app like this? I was like, ‘Is that a compliment and an insult all wrapped ambiguously and super clearly in one fell swoop? Then I texted with this one guy and I said, ‘OK, sure, if you feel inclined to go for a drink, that’d be great. Then there was a guy who said, ‘I can meet you from 7 to 8 p. I have something afterwards, so that’s my limited time window.