More like “why?” day

At the risk of encouraging followers of this peculiar and completely arbitrary new tradition on this 14th of March… Feast your eyes upon this lovely pie, that Bill Ward has built for the occasion. Looks almost good enough to eat.

Of course, this version of Pi day is a somewhat US-centric holiday. Our readers from Europe and other parts of the world will have to wait until the 3rd of Duodecember to celebrate their version – which means they’re in for a wait that’s as long as the digits of Pi itself!

Well, guess it’s time √ -1  23 Σ Π…

3 comments on “More like “why?” day

  1. Guss

    Well, guess it’s time √ -1 23 Σ Π… < I see what you did there XD

    I'm French so I don't get this "pi" day either. Not only the date doesn't match here, but in french:
    Pi = Pi
    Pie = Tarte
    That clearly doesn't work XD

  2. powermilk

    You know it’s just for fun right? Not much different than the equally silly (but still fun) May the 4th? I’m pretty sure no one is calling it a holiday, just a fun (there’s that word again) coincidence. And, yes, I enjoyed March 14th with a slice of apple pie at 9:26 (morning and evening, no sense letting a chance to enjoy pie twice in one day slip by).

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