elliot-wolf - September 20, 2018
I don’t think there’s a soul in North America that gives a poo what Drew Barrymore is up to. At 43 she’s still pushing the signature Revlon no. 30 hooker on Hunts Point blonde with bright red lipstick aesthetic. It worked when she was younger, but now she just looks like Julia Roberts gone wrong starring in Not So Pretty Woman. Other than aging worse than dog shit on asphalt in the summer sun, she’s doing pretty well. So well that she wants everyone to know that she does not miss snorting cocaine. Which sounds like a lie since her face, even with two pounds Maybelline, looks like the result of a lifetime love affair with doing lines. Her primary income these days come from the Netflix Original show Santa Clarita Diet. That’s depressing. She should consider shooting cocaine a “hey stranger” text, she owes it to herself.
Drew Barrymore is opening up about her childhood drug abuse.
During an appearance on Norm Macdonald's new Netflix show Friday, the actress, 43, answered a question about whether or not she misses cocaine, a drug she began using at 12 years old as a budding child star.
“No. Oh, God. I mean, it’s been a very long time, but no,” she told Macdonald. “Nothing would make me have a panic attack and seem like a bigger nightmare.”
Barrymore also said she "never did hallucinogenics," saying "that’s like a water bucket being thrown in your face but for hours.”
She added that she doesn't lead a militant life, but would not return to the drug.
I’m slightly annoyed that Drew wants recognition for finally behaving like an adult. “I’m 43 and powdering my nose in the bathroom is not what you think” is newsworthy, openly admitting to not doing booger sugar when you shouldn’t be, is not. It almost feels like she’s using Norm’s show to attract another dealer because her supplier is having a much harder time walking white over from Tijuana with talks of a wall and winter coming soon. Yeah, she totally doesn’t miss cocaine, wink wink.
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