At BUST, we’re on board with certain parts of so-called “bacon culture”: bacon chocolate chip cookies, bacon chive bread, even bacon tattoos. But we’re not so sure about this new bacon product: bacon-scented underwear. J&D’s Foods introduced the bacon-smelling undies today. There’s a boxer briefs option for men and a bikini-style option for women, both priced at $19.99. Both pairs are red and feature the slogan “Stop and smell the -" followed by a strategically-placed image of bacon. Read More
Last night, Adele performed "Water Under the Bridge" on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and reminded us one more time why she is music royalty. Listening to her new album 25 on repeat is the norm for me at the moment, so seeing her perform live is an extra special cherry on top of my pumpkin pie. Between her flawless-every-time eyeliner and poignant performance style, plus lyrics that basically penetrate the soul, Adele's performance on Fallon just makes you feel all the feels. Read More
  Are your lil’ piggies sloshing around in your favorite rain boots? No need to toss your shoes just because the seams are leaking—aquarium sealant ($4.98 for 2.8 oz, is here to save the rainy day. Waterproof and strong enough to hold a damn aquarium together, this glue is also non-toxic, so it’s perfect for resealing your puddle stompers.   To use, make sure your boots are completely dry and wipe the insides out with a dishrag or paper towel to remove any dirt. Read More
Imagine living in a country run by a feminist political party. Sounds sweet AF to me. Well Scandinavia, a place I imagine to be a progressive haven, is unsurprisingly leading the way in what The BBC is calling "the feminist political resurgence in Europe." The party, called Feminist Initiative (FI), was founded in Sweden in 2005 and launched in neighboring Norway this past spring. Norway’s demand for a feminist party started to increase about two years ago due to growing anger over government proposals to give doctors more power to refuse abortions (commence eye roll). Read More
An American living in Paris tells her story: I’m going to start by stating the most immediate and obvious thing: I am lucky. I wasn’t hurt in the terrorist attacks in Paris 11/13/15. No one I know intimately was hurt or killed. I wanted to write about my experience, albeit a quiet and very fortunate one because I learned something important. Read More