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Reddit, the website that brands itself “The Front Page of the Internet,” inhabited by niche enthusiasts of everything from video games to politics to math, is now the 21st most visited website in the world, with over 542 million

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 …

No matter where you live or what your life looks like, the holidays conjure up a mix of emotions. Maybe it’s a waterfall of nostalgia for your great auntie’s gingerbread cookies, or perhaps it’s fraught with stress ever since your …

Get off my lawn. There, now that we’ve gotten that over with, we can begin this article. In case you didn’t understand, I’ll clarify: I’m an old, and have zero qualms about it. #SorryNotSorry

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It’s no surprise that here at The Bubble we love dogs. From our weekly #DogsOfBA content on Instagram to any excuse we can find to share newsworthy updates about the doggie residents of Buenos Aires (and beyond), it’s what gets …

I believe there’s a direct correlation between the level of constant crisis that Argentina endures and the quality of creative work that is developed as a result. Honestly, there’s no other way to explain it. Maybe it’s because we’re all …

Honestly, I don’t even know how to introduce this story to you guys. Sometimes, Argentina does the most bizarre things that end up being way more hilarious (or weird) than initially intended. Most often, it works out for the best, …

People who love clowns, being scared, or being scared by clowns went mad for the world premiere of IT: Chapter Two yesterday. The sequel to 2017’s IT was directed by Argentine Andy Muschietti – who will be at the helm

We’ve said it once, we’ve said it a million times: The Bubble stans a ridiculous viral Twitter thread. We just can’t help it. Maybe it’s because they offer a brief respite from the 24-hour news cycle madness that plagues …