HAPPY PI DAY! | AKA Fake Holiday Celebration

Happy Pi Day! And it would be happy except I don’t really do holidays. They bug me and I don’t like them. However, I do like Pi day. And not just because I like eating pie. It’s also hilarious.

Pi Day Explained

Happy Pi Day! Yes it’s that time of year again!

I explained all about Pi Day last year, so you can just read that if you’re confused.

Anyway, if you don’t know me I will explain I don’t really do holidays. They bug me and I don’t like them.

However, my trend deviates at International Pi Day. And not just because I like eating pie. Mostly I just think it’s funny.

Probably it’s not funny. I realize this.

Perhaps it’s because I don’t get math at all and I think I’m just making fun of all the math geeks. But really they’re all just making fun of me by getting me to celebrate a fake holiday.

aka Fake holiday creation

“HEY, math geeks,” (typed over some advanced IM program), “Wouldn’t it be funny to create a fake holiday and tell all those non-math-inclined yoo-hoo’s out there it’s cool to celebrate?”

“Ha ha yeah that would be funny. And we’ll make some math equations about how many actually understand it’s about a number and not at all about food.”

“Want to make bets?”

“Only if I calculate my odds first.”

Happy Pi Day!

Happy Pi Day! And it would be happy except I don't really do holidays. They bug me and I don't like them. However, I do like Pi Day.

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