A dirty, grimy city where most don't care about what it looks like. You'll find most streets littered with weave, old beer bottles/cans, food wrappers from drunk assholes or people that are just too lazy to walk to a trash can. You can't walk down an ally without it smelling like shit, piss and garbage.
People here are unfriendly, lazy, and overly excited about football... because football is pretty the only thing the city has.
Shitty public transportation (expensive, rude drivers, full of load idiots). The city isn't progressive at all, and most of the things that could make the city nice either don't get started, don't get finished, or get ruined by the shitheads that live here.
Most of the people that live in pittsburgh are all college douche bags, that go to school during the weekend, then terrorize the city (mostly south side) on the weekends, by being too loud, littering, and destroying anything in their path.
And this is all coming from someone raised here.
If you are looking to visit a city full of friendly people, this is not the place.
To most people living here, there is no world outside of pittsburgh.
Welcome to Pittsburgh : The Gateway to Hell.
An unpretentious city that can be both stifling and inspiring, lively and deadly, hip and stuck in the past - a big village with it's own sort of Yinzer charm!
Wow, he's so cool... he must be from Pittsburgh!
A vast, lively city that is never the same twice. It looks like your typical mild-mannered, politically correct city, but the area's residents know that it is far more. Truly uplifting people, amazing turnouts for sporting events, lots of beer, Pennsylvania's largest concentration of Gothic Lolitas, a wonderful indie music scene, and some great colleges.
Also, there is so much water. Three rivers meet at an area Pittsburghers have come to call The Point, and there's a cool fountain and picnic area there. Pittsburgh is also notorious for flooding.
Finally, Pittsburgh's weather is off-the-wall. It's May as I'm writing this, and we had snow two weeks ago, warm-ish rain last week, and this week we're expecting it to be cold. Still.
Going on vacation? Come to Pittsburgh. You may have to stay in Monroeville because there aren't any hotels in the city, but look on the bright side--it's only a twenty-minute ride from any of our suburbs to the city itself...!
A city in western pennsylvania that loves its sports especially the steelers. Surprisingly beautiful with warm frendly people.
station square on a satuurday night before a steelers game
greatest city on the planet full of old fat guys who like to drink pabst blue ribbon and watch the stillers. if you dont like pittsburgh, you fucking suck.
pittsburgh is where people go to get drunk and pass out in the cold, hence i would give my right nut to never leave.
One of America's great cities; a place with authentic neighborhoods, characterful people, interesting architecture, stunning vistas, a keen sense of history, and a uniqe ability to reinvent itself in a changing economy while maintaing the best of its past. Certainly one of the most beautiful cities in the country, it is without a peer in cities of similar size or, in many cases, much larger cities. A truly special place where people feel comfortable to relax, be who they really are, have good conversation, meet strange people, and generally enjoy a balanced way of life.
Pittsburgh is one of America's great cities.
a very cool place to live near
even if the suburbs of pittsburgh are boring, theres always something to do in the city
A pretty place with coal and steel and rivers.
Pittsburgh was the coolest place to go when we were young and bored and single.