A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeye's fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from December 04, 2020
“Pinterest is just We Heart It for moms”

Pinterest (an American image sharing and social media service) has been compared to We Heart It (an image-based social network).

“i feel like pinterest is like the moms version of weheartit tbh” was posted on Twitter by ty on August 10 2014. “well pinterest is like moms we heart it” was posted on Twitter by Katherine ◇ EGG™ on July 14, 2015. “We heart it is actually such an underrated site it’s like tumblr without the commitment and pinterest without all the moms” was posted on Twitter by maddie on August 3, 2017. “Weheartit is for people 30 and under and pinterest is for suburban moms” was posted on Twitter by CASE 99 on January 24, 2019.

“Pinterest is just we heart it but for adults” was posted on Twitter by Simone on January 2, 2019. “pinterest is just weheartit for adults” was posted on Twitter by captain fantastic (2016) on July 11, 2019. “Pinterest is just WeHeartIt for adults” was posted on Twitter by élin on November 27, 2020.

“Pinterest is Instagram for moms” is a related saying.


Wikipedia: Pinterest
Pinterest is an American image sharing and social media service designed to enable saving and discovery of information (specifically “ideas") on the World Wide Web using images and, on a smaller scale, animated GIFs and videos, in the form of pinboards. The site was created by Ben Silbermann, Paul Sciarra, and Evan Sharp and had over 400 million monthly active users as of August 2020. It is operated by Pinterest, Inc., based in San Francisco.

Wikipedia: We Heart It
We Heart It is an image-based social network. We Heart It describes itself as “A home for your inspiration” and a place to “Organize and share the things you love.” Users can collect (or “heart") their favorite images to share with friends and organize into collections. Users can access the site through a web browser or We Heart It’s iOS and Android mobile apps.

Twitter
ty
@sadwifi_
i feel like pinterest is like the moms version of weheartit tbh
2:18 PM · Aug 10, 2014·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Katherine ◇ EGG™
@WatersGood
Replying to @akenoizayoi
@akenoizayoi i felt instagram was more irl photos and pinterest
well pinterest is like moms we heart it
9:10 PM · Jul 14, 2015·Twitter for Android

Twitter
maddie
@lmjbambi
We heart it is actually such an underrated site it’s like tumblr without the commitment and pinterest without all the moms
11:32 AM · Aug 3, 2017·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Simone
@simonefongg
Pinterest is just we heart it but for adults
1:34 PM · Jan 2, 2019·Twitter for iPad

Twitter
CASE 99
@xiutifulfairy
Replying to @kyungseux and @exoiest
Weheartit is for people 30 and under and pinterest is for suburban moms.
8:30 PM · Jan 24, 2019·Twitter for Android

Twitter
[Ringed planet]
@24kpicante
pinterest is just we heart it for grown ups
3:49 PM · Mar 15, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
captain fantastic (2016)
@lisaxxyy
pinterest is just weheartit for adults
8:49 PM · Jul 11, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
(◡‿◡✿)
@teayaax
Pinterest is just a we heart it for adults
3:10 PM · Apr 30, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
logged out
@yrkittygf
Replying to @tearsbydior
i use weheartit pinterest is for old women
5:50 PM · Jun 13, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
élin
@nerdwreck
Pinterest is just WeHeartIt for adults
6:34 PM · Nov 27, 2020·Twitter for Android

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