questionsdid you know today is casual pi day?


does that mean i can eat pie WITHOUT wearing pants?

because i've already marked the occasion, then!


I celebrated by eating an apple turnover.


@drj48: Pi has always existed. Perhaps some civilizations didn't know the number but it has always been there.

@miyoshinum5. 22/7 is only close to Pi as you mention but it's really way off once you get past the 3.14 part.

A better approximation of Pi is 355/113


@capguncowboy: Actually, the even bigger nerd would be the one who would figure it out without mentioning it. The mockup I made looks quite random.


@narfcake: You sir, have broken the barrier for being a nerd. My hat's off to you. I'll be turning in my pocket protector tomorrow morning.


No, I didn't. Pardon my restrained enthusiasm.


I wonder what day is Pi day in the Mayan calendar and what Pi meant, if it even existed, for them?


Would've been better if it was two days ago, it would have been Casual Pi Day Friday.


How can a nerd forget? My plans for the subway tile backsplash behind the cooktop is to "irrationally" have colored tiles separating the white tiles; if one were to count the resulting pattern of white tiles, it will end up being pi to 41 digits.

Narf's shirt of the day - Reflections on Pi