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Pinterest Porn? 'Snatchly' is Adult Version of Virtual Pinboard

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Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 8:06 AM

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  • Bright Patricia
Pinterest is the "virtual pinboard" site that lets you post photos and arrange them around a theme, like inspiration for home redecoration.

It has, apparently, been wildly successful, particularly among women who seem to use it the same way you might tear pages from a magazine and pin them on a cork board.

It's a very normal, healthy endeavor.

So, of course, our friends in the L.A.-based porn industry ...

... found a way to completely defile the concept.

Yeah, someone came up with the adult version of Pinterest, Snatchly (NSFW link). It's billed as the site where you can "personalize your porn:"

Create boards dedicated to your favorite porn stars and scenes, like Sasha in just about anything...

That's Sasha as in Sasha Grey, whose imagery is used as an example of all the wonderful things you can do with this particular virtual pinboard.

click to enlarge Sasha Grey.
  • Sasha Grey.

Of course, instead of pinning stuff you find online to your personal page, you "snatch it" with Snatchly.

It's the site that never lets you forget the smut you wanted to forget about.

It works with all the high-class online video operations like PornHub, RedTube, YouJizz, and SpankWire.

Really. So get snatching, guys. Just don't do it at work.

[@dennisjromero / djromero@laweekly.com / @LAWeeklyNews]

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