BY Intern Scarlet in Movies on Sep 18, 2012 |
There are a whole lot of reasons to love BUST darling and comedian extraordinaire Mike Birbiglia. But chalk up one more for his new movie Sleepwalk With Me. Based on his one-man show of the same name, and produced by This American Life heartthrob Ira Glass, we at BUST HQ have been excited about this movie for a while. (Don’t believe us? Check out our interview with Birbiglia in our August/September issue and our blog posts on him and his movie.)This movie ... Read More
BY Kaitlin Cole in Boob Tube on Sep 10, 2012 |
Sometimes us Americans like to think that we’re the ones who don’t have accents. However, in this popular short film, "How Americans Sound to British People", it seems that we most definitely do...and our accents are pretty gnarly. The comments on the video are pretty much half “what the f are they saying?!” and half “OMG, this is brilliant.” I agree--aside from “shut up” and a few swear ... Read More
BY Kaitlin Cole in Feminizzle on Aug 24, 2012 |
We love the Feminist Ryan Gosling blog so very much, but now there’s a new feminist meme in town-- one that centers around President Obama.
In light of the many recent Republican attacks on women, we're particularly loving Obama's comments in favor of women's reproductive rights. Nerve.com has turned some of the best quotes into fantastic "Hey Girl" images (essentially, actual Obama quotes preceded by, "Hey girl").
He’s also pointed ... Read More
BY Intern Ariana in General on Aug 09, 2012 |
The London Olympics are coming to a close. After all that excitement and preparation, it’s pretty crazy that it’ll be done in just a few days. Luckily, we saw some amazing athletes rise to the occasion and they’re bringing back a lot of gold to America.
While those Olympic athletes were giving every competition their all, they were also giving us some enormous laughs, albeit unintentionally. Here are the best internet sensations, memes and ... Read More
Living in a generation of Photoshop, fat-shaming, and stick-thin models, it sometimes seems nearly impossible to imagine a time when "skinny" was a bad word. That’s why we couldn’t help but wonder if we'd stumbled into some sort of alternate universe when we discovered these vintage advertisements for weight gain. Even though these (admittedly hilarious) taglines were still putting too much emphasis on weight in relation to self-worth (the company ... Read More