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Pinsanity.

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Our newest favorite YouTube channel, Comediva just released a new comedy sketch about something called Pinterest. In case you’ve been living under a rock and have never heard of it, it’s one of this year’s hottest social networks that will probably be bought for like $1.5 jillion or some other ridiculous amount.

In this episode, the main character takes Pinterest to the streets. Check it out and see what would happen if you went Pinsane…

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