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If you haven’t heard of Pinterest, you’re missing out.The site, which brands itself as “a pinboard for the things you love” is highly addicting—so addicting it’s gaining the attention of everyone from college students to Hollywood’s A-listers.
The site allows you to virtually pin anything of interest to pinboards through photos. Since its debut in 2010, Pinterest boasts 17.8 million users.
So far, Barack Obama and Demi Moore are among the 16 known celebrities pinning it up.
There are some pretty vain ones too: “What Ryan’s Wearing” and self-promoter Alanis Morrisette who pins her articles, music videos and a list entitled, “Alanis Recommends.” (We don’t think she really gets it.)
Lead funny woman's page is filled with boards entitled 'Clumsy Thumbsy' (featuring iPhone autocorrect fails) 'Bad Paid-for Photos.' Naturally, there's a board set aside for Nicki Minaj-rapping Sophia Grace. We're waiting for some pins on the 'Ellen Dolls' board.
filled with brightly coloured cakes, penguin-shaped olives and boards left undone. Other than filling up the sparse boards, we have one more suggestion: a username change.
Watch out Paula Deen, Mama Stewart's creeping on your turf with a slew of cheesy chilli creations and dessert options. Cookies and cream brownies, anyone?
Don't worry, she offers up some decorating tips, too. Hope you like jade!
Actress Felicia Day ('Eureka,' 'The Guild')'s pin boards are interesting to say the least. We're not fan(z) of her boards ending with juvenile z's of the AIM era (See 'Fashionz').
Hello washed-up '90s boy band. Were you expecting Bieber? 'N Sync, perhaps?
We actually shouldn't be THAT shocked over what seems like the most bizarre addition to Pinterest given the boys reunited for a spring tour this year. The group is pretty up to speed on social media with strong Twitter (more than 340,000 followers) and Facebook followings (nearly 6 million fans).
Yes, Yoko Ono is on Pinterest. Her wall's full of 'imagine peace' imagery, photos from live performances and her 'Vertical Memory' series of photography which features 21 identical portraits with varying texts in both English and Japanese.
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