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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by uriah1, Mar 14, 2018.
Yea..it's that time.
Mmm, pi pie.
Also, my anniversary.
And tomorrow is the Ides of March.
Rhubarb custard please .
This is how you celebrate Pi Day:
The problem with math puns is that calculus jokes are derivative, trig jokes are too graphic, algebra jokes are formulaic, and arithmetic jokes are just basic. (But I guess the occasional statistics joke is an outlier.)
Yeah, but like standup comedy, you have to add them together for the bigger joke.
This is the correct answer
This a guitar forum, get it right:
Our friends' twin 10 year olds made about 50-60 Pi cookies after making cookie cutters out of cardboard and aluminum foil. It was a big project.
And geometry jokes are square...
I don't know if I should get more excited about the muff or the pi.
Of course, the perfect time to eat pie on pi day would be 1.59.
I'm dressed for the occasion!
Why not 3:14?
oh 1.59 took me a minute...I was going to say 1.57 since 1/2 done
Apparently the nerdier mathematicians do not start their Pi Day celebrations until precisely 1.59pm, on the basis that the six-digit approximation of pi is 3.14159. However, the most obsessive among them will already have finished partying because they insist that the six-digit version happens at 1.59am, arguing that 1.59pm is actually 13:59 if one uses the 24-hour clock.
That's most emphatically NOT a pie. That's a tart. It's round and pie are squared.
Leo Euler knew how to make pi(e) disappear...