( Pittsburgh OR Burgh OR "steel city" OR Steelers OR stillers ) AND ( jokes OR humor OR funny OR fun )
uses of the topic
- I just moved to Pittsburgh, and would like to know the culture a bit, jokes are a good start.
- I have a friend from Pittsburgh, and want to find something interesting about Pittsburgh to talk about.
Pittsburgh Humor referes to the jokes or humorous stories about Pittsburgh or about things and events specific to Pittsburgh, such as the Steelers.
General Pittsburgh jokes
1. Pittsburgh may be a most livable city, but it's the least map able. Where else can directions to the airport be this confusing? You take the Parkway East to Route 51 North then take State Route 60 South till you run into the airport, which is west of the city. 
Humorous Pittsburgh Happenings
2. A Steelers fan was walking on the beach when he noticed a gold lantern, he picked it up and rubbed it, then suddenly a Geannie appeared wearing a Tim Couch jeresy. The Geannie told the steelers fan he had three wishes, but whatever he wished the Browns fans around the world would recieve double the wish. The steelers fan thought long and hard, he then began his wishes, he asked for a million dollars, Poof a million dollars, the Geannie laughed and pronounced every browns fan is now a millionarie. Then the steelers fan wished for a beautiful blond for a wife. Poof, a beautiful wife. The Geannie began laughing again and said "now every browns fan has two blonds for wives". The steelers fan repeated the Geannie and said "browns fan get doudle what I wish for"? "Yes" the Geannie said laughing hysterically. Then the steelers fan said "fine I wish to be beaten half to death!" 
Things Famous to Pittsburgh
<p>--Akwallis 13:24, 9 November 2010 (EST)
Point State Park's fountain, right at the tip of the golden triangle in Downtown Pittsburgh is fed by an underground glacial formation and sprays 6,000 gallons per minute.
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Mister Rogers' real neighborhood is Oakland, home to WQED, the first public television in the country and the "Neighborhood of Make Believe."
KDKA RADIO -1st Radio broadcast in US history!
That's With An 'H'
Pittsburgh lost the 'h' in its spelling in 1891, but after 20 years of protest, the U.S. Board on Geographic Names relented and the 'h' was restored.
Bob Hope proposed to his wife, Delores, in Pittsburgh's Omni William Penn Hotel.
Bridges of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh has 446 bridges, more than any other city in the world including Venice, Italy
The Carnegie Museum of Natural History is home to "Dinosaur Hall," one of the top-three dinosaur collections in the world.
Pittsburgh is the only city in the country whose major sports teams (Steelers, Pirates and Penguins) all wear the same colors.
The Cathedral of Learning at the University of Pittsburgh is the tallest educational building in the nation.
Southwestern Pennsylvania is home to 29 colleges and universities including Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Pittsburgh, Duquesne University, Robert Morris University and Point Park University.
Pittsburgh's Famous Food
The Big Mac
The world's most famous hamburger was 'invented' near Pittsburgh by McDonald's franchise owner Jim Delligatti in 1967 and distributed nationally in 1968.
Invented in Pittsburgh by H.J. Heinz.
Found at restaurants throughout Pittsburgh, pierogies reflect Pittsburgh's Polish heritage. Cooked in butter, these delicious dumplings are stuffed with potato and other flavorings depending on the creativity and tradition of the cook.
One of Pittsburgh's most famous foods. This spicy lunch meat made its debut in 1933 at Isaly's, a locally based family chain of dairy stores. Former Pittsburghers are known to have it trucked or flown across the country when they get a hankering for this hometown favorite.
Another Isaly's original. A vanilla ice-cream bar dipped in pure chocolate and packaged in a familiar silver wrapper. They cost a nickel when Sam Isaly invented them in 1929.
A delectable Italian broth with tiny meatballs and rich egg pastina, served throughout the city.
Fried Zucchini Strips
Thin, crispy and savory, they're a hometown original and popular as an appetizer.
Take any salad and top with french fries.
Primanti Bros. Sandwich
A sandwich with the fries and coleslaw added right in. Invented during the Depression so that day laborers could hold their entire lunch in one hand.</div>