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Entries with Keyword Instagram

Sometimes at The Bubble HQ we find certain Internet gems that really make us feel giddy. Such a thing happened last week in the form of MacGyver, an Argentine Red Tegu Lizard that is just killing it on Instagram …

Travel snaps, fit models and food porn. That’s pretty much what it comes down to for most Instagram users. But as we at The Bubble have proved time and time (and time) again, there’s a lot more to the …

If you’re at all social media savvy, then you probably already know who Gabbie Hanna is. She’s got almost 4 million followers on Instagram and over 6.5 million subscribers on YouTube. If that doesn’t ring a bell, then maybe you …

There are a lot of ways to make small talk nowadays. Most of them have to do with TV and Netflix series which seem to have become the go-to topic among groups of friends and coworkers for several years now. …

There are Instagram accounts for pretty much all the pleasures in life. Are you looking for eye candy in the form of hot bods? Check. Travel and leisure pics? Check. Food porn? Check, check, check. So it’s only natural that …

Instagram is a wild and crazy place. One day you can be checking out some miniature landscapes on everyday objects while the next you’re scrolling through the feeed of a guy traveling with his Godzilla pet. It’s confusing, odd, …

It’s estimated that a femicide occurs every 30 hours on average in this country, a staggering figure that reflects a deep issue in Argentine society. Fortunately, many women have refused to stand still and have become a massive force …

It was a stormy night in Berazategui, one of the many cities that comprise el Conurbano, that enormous area home to 13 million residents that surrounds Argentina’s capital. Guillermo and two of his closest friends were to play a …

We all have that friend. You know the one. He or she recently had a baby and they can’t stop talking about it. It was kind of cute at first but now it’s getting a bit tiresome. You’ve been meaning …

Walking around Buenos Aires, you may have begun to notice small posters in primary colors here and there. Geometric and simple in design, the postcard-sized prints have sprung up across the city, in the most unassuming places. Stuck onto electrical …