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Tuesdays are slowly becoming our favorite day of the week here at BUST for one important reason: Tasty Tuesdays! “We try out weird foods so that you don’t have to!" In our second installment, we tasted a not so well-known flavor of a favorite snack: Matcha Green Tea Pocky.    Caelan While growing up as a fan of Matcha, I can't deny that it taste sorta like something that would get stuck to Frodo's foot while trecking to Middle Earth on ... Read More
Food policing sucks. It can totally catch you off guard the first time it happens.  “You’re getting fries too? Those’ll go straight to your hips, you know.” “Are you sure you seconds are a good idea?”  “Just a salad? You’re so thin—eat a darn cheeseburger!”  It’s startling, uncalled for, and people often don't know it’s a problem until it actually happens to them.  ... Read More
It’s no secret that the western culture of masculinity puts pressure on guys to be over-the-top macho—an attitude which manifests itself in many ways, including cat-calling and a whole bunch of other unpleasant stuff.  Just think about the show Man vs. Food.  The name says it all: Adam Richman, the star, doesn’t just have to eat every meal, he has to conquer  it.  Masculine culture dictates that these guys are “real ... Read More
Here at BUST HQ, we are fans of many F words, but one of our absolute favorites has to be food. So we are trying a new series where we try out weird foods so that you don’t have to! It all begins with Fairway’s original Olive-oil flavored Ice Cream. We came, we ate, we reacted. Now enjoy our results!   Emily "This is amazing. I love butter and anything that tastes like it could single-handedly destroy my arteries. I felt my heart stop and start ... Read More
Everyone talks about how teen girls have rough. People just assume that puberty brings about a drop in self-esteem. Why is it that girl's are expected to and often endure such insecurities about their body image? Here are some theories as to why.Theory #1: Photoshopped images of models and celebrities in magazines and advertising! This theory is backed by Tina Fey in her book, Bossypants. To quote Fey, “I think the first real change in women’s ... Read More
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