Who doesn't love an Eat'n Park Smiley Cookie?
Someone must have told Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump about them because that's where he made a stop Monday following his rally in Ambridge.
Mr. Trump took to Facebook to share his experience except....he got the restaurant's name wrong.
In the above post (a screenshot is below too in case it gets deleted), Mr. Trump is pictured with former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani with the caption "Stopped by Smiley Cookie to pick up some great cookies for the family, along with Rudy."
As yinz can imagine, some were not too pleased with the slip-up.
I try to stay out of politics on Twitter, but Donald Trump referred to Eat'n Park as "Smiley Cookie," man. ... Smiley Cookie.— Wes Crosby (@OtherNHLCrosby) October 11, 2016
Donald Trump stopped at Eat-N-Park and referred to the place as "Smiley Cookie" and the inner-Pittsburgher in me is MAD AS HELL #GETOUT— Mike Brown (@LikeMike025) October 11, 2016
@MattGajtka 100% disastrous— Emily (@emilyzikoski) October 11, 2016
@emilyzikoski do we really want a president who can't tell an eatery from a frosting face?— erin (@erin22304) October 11, 2016
Others, though, were more forgiving.
We'd say shake it off and follow the words of Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller's song "Knock Knock": "Keep a smile like an Eat'n Park cookie"....but Mr. Miller and Mr. Trump's relationship is kind of rocky.