By: John Bozic
In my opinion, the Pittsburgh Dad is a beacon of comedic delight from the steel city, as each episode is more enticing than the last. The Pittsburgh Dad is an online series on YouTube that is centered around the observations of a blue-collared comedic Father and the daily life of putting up with the actions of family and friends.
The series creators Chris Preksta and Curt Wootton, both who are natives to the Pittsburgh area, grew up, and went to college in "Blitzburgh" met in 2005. Originally as a joke, a few minute long sketches were shot on each other's iPhone's to play to there friends, Chris put them on YouTube and got over 3 million views in less that 6 months, both friends knew it would be a hit!
The series depicts of everyday situations any family goes through, eating out at a restaurant, grocery shopping, riding in the car, or going to a fun park, and having to bear each others opinions is no exception.
A weekend outing to the Century III Mall in West Mifflin, has Pittsburgh Dad on his last nerve by the time he see's the parking lot again.
A baffling shopping experience at Ikea, went there expecting an in and out purchase of a chair, a couch, and an end table, ends up being more hectic that a family vacation to Kennywood.
Homestead, Pennsylvania-based Eat 'N Park, locally known sit down restaurant chain, best for serving some of the best iced "smiley" cookies, once had ones decked out with the resemblance of Pittsburgh Dad's face on them.
Not even done with Thanksgiving Thursday, forced to shop on Black Friday, and end up having no green on Saturday!
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