Arielle Dachille
Branded Entertainment Editor. Pickle lover. Cat lady. Bad movie enthusiast. Probably reading hilarious Amazon reviews at this very moment.

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The Best Gifts Under $40 For Your 4 Coolest Friends

The holidays are upon us yet again, folks! That means it's time to start making your list, checking it twice, and ensuring that your debit card can withstand the workout you're about to put it through. And while you might be on an instant noodle budg…
By Arielle Dachille

6 Adults Recreate Their Childhood Picture Day Photos

Elementary school picture day was a make or break event. And by "make or break," I mean "a yearly opportunity for your parents to immortalize you at your most adorably awkward." But if you were to bring back the scrunchies, clear-frame glasses, laser…
By Arielle Dachille

5 Super Cringey Things We've Done To Impress Crushes

Whether the object of your early affection was an unthreateningly cute pop star or the sweet boy in your third grade class with a devastating bowl cut, first crushes are a big deal. And the things we’ve done to impress our school-aged crushes are jus…
By Arielle Dachille

5 Reasons 'SMILF' Will Be Your New Fave Show

We're lucky to have plenty of brilliant, brash, and unapologetic female-centric comedies to add to our queues these days. But get ready, 'cause your list of funny-lady dream BFFs is about to get a new addition. The new half-hour SHOWTIME Comedy Serie…
By Arielle Dachille

7 Ways A Romance With Two Dysfunctional People Can Work

There's a lid for every pot, as they say — even if the pot's a little dinged up, the lid's a bit rusty, or the lid and the pot aren't even the same size, per se. Just the same, there are definite ways for two dysfunctional people to make a functional…
By Arielle Dachille

How Do You Take Care Of Business?

By Arielle Dachille & Kaitlyn "Shea" O'Connor

5 Snacking Habits That Prove Finally You're An Adult

There are certain life milestones that signify the perennial transition from "almost grown" to "actual adult." Getting your first apartment is one. Opening up a bank account is another. The most resonant is definitely when you start to eat like an ad…
By Arielle Dachille

These Lessons From 'RuPaul's Drag Race' Alums Are Shockingly Applicable To Your Real Life

Year after year on RuPaul's Drag Race, we've seen the queens do it all. From fashion design, to makeup, dance, comedy, music, and lip syncing for their lives, the Queens of the Emmy-winning show have proven themselves to be amongst some of the most v…
By Arielle Dachille

The Emotional Stages Of Coloring Your Hair

By Arielle Dachille & Alyssa Foote

How One Programmer Changed The Diversity Game In Silicon Valley

At the age of 29, entrepreneur, activist, and engineer Tracy Chou has built up an extensive resume in the tech industry. She was one of the first 15 employees at Pinterest, and was one of the first hired at question-and-answer forum site Quora. She h…
By Arielle Dachille

Adam J. Kurtz Has Built His Internet Brand With Positivity

Just like the world at large, the Internet can be a rough place. Trolls are everywhere, as are upsetting headlines. Every time you scroll through your feed, there seems to be another fabulous person blissfully eating an acai bowl on a sea cliff makin…
By Arielle Dachille

7 Reasons To Look Forward To 'Logan Lucky'

When it comes to summer movies, you have the right to be particular. There should be an adrenaline rush, a great cast, and a venue with cool temperatures (owing to all that glorious air conditioning in the movie theater). The ultimate summer movie th…
By Arielle Dachille

5 Tips For Making Your Summer Picnic Last 'Til…

If you're currently eating most of your meals inside, you're simply doing it wrong. Whether you're taking your food out to your friend's roof, setting up shop at a music festival, or carting it to a park, summer was made for picnics. During the warm …
By Arielle Dachille

In The Bustle Booth With Andrea Savage

Here are some things you should know about Andrea Savage. As a comic and a human, she's an open book. She's also super good at improvising scatological covers of well-known songs, and she's always very well-hydrated. Also, she has her own new show on…
By Arielle Dachille

Andrea Savage Talks Her New Comedy Series 'I'm Sorry'

Andrea Savage may say "I'm sorry" a lot, but that doesn't mean she's apologizing for anything. As she tells me over the phone on a Thursday evening in June, when I ask about the inspiration behind the title for her new show on truTV I'm Sorry, "I was…
By Arielle Dachille

4 Life Crossroads We All Flail Through

Puberty, college graduation, having kids — each one of these monumental events can be viewed as the beginning to a new chapter in life. Simultaneously, these are the very life crossroads that leave us screaming “reroute!” at our existential GPS-es. C…
By Arielle Dachille

We Read Their Diaries Aloud With truTV

Earlier this week, Bustle and truTV hosted "Can't Make This Sh*t Up," a night of storytelling inspired by comedian Andrea Savage's brand-new show, I'm Sorry. The series, which premieres on truTV on July 12, fictionalizes Savage's bonkers, real-life e…
By Arielle Dachille

5 Ghosters Confess How They Got Caught

In the world of online dating, the idea of a "ghost story" has taken on a whole new meaning. Rather than anything paranormal, I'm talking specifically about stories of going on a date with someone — or a few dates — and never calling them again. It m…
By Arielle Dachille

Bustle Editors Debate The Best Veronica Mars Guy

If you grew up in the aughts, you probably fantasized about being one of three things: the child of someone famous, a vampire, or a precocious, fast-talking high school detective like Veronica Mars. While obviously, everyone aspired to be just like t…
By Arielle Dachille

Whitney Casey Is Creating Empathic Technology & Rocking It

Thanks to the influence of pop culture, most of us ‘90s kids grew up with the fantasy of a digital wardrobe. You know what I’m talking about — a revolving, computerized closet full of plaid miniskirts, fuzzy sweaters, and dreams. For those of you who…
By Arielle Dachille