Happy Pi Day, guys!
Yep, 3/14 is the day a bunch of nutty math nerds decided to celebrate the mathematical constant that is the ratio of any Euclidean circle's circumference to its diameter...
...mostly by doing stuff like this:
Mmmm. Pi pie.
And yes, the baker DID put the 5 on backwards so it looks like a 2. I'm sure s/he was just testing you, though.
What's that? You didn't IMMEDIATELY catch that?! Well, that just means you need to learn pi out to seven decimals, then!
And what better way to do so than with Cake Wrecks visual aids?
(Thank you, uh thankyouverramuch.)
(I know, I know; you thought that was number two, but no.)
(Yes, I know it's upside down. The question is, why didn't the baker?)
[singing] "I'M lookin' at the NUMBER innn the mirra'! OW! I'M askin' it to MAKE a cha-hange!! HOOO YA! Sha-MOW! Uh-HUH!"
Where were we?
Let's see... 3.141...what's next?
Five nine two...
No lie, you guys: I'm looking through your submissions for a number five, and I find this random cake someone found in a display case with the number 592 on it, and I check my pi cheat sheet, and the next three digits of pi actually ARE 592!! I mean, WHAT ARE THE ODDS? AND WHY AM I SO EXCITED ABOUT THIS?!
Don't answer that.
We all know why.
Ok, so. 3.141592...
(Yes, really. It's a six.)
So there you have it: you've learned pi to seven places with Cake Wrecks! Great job! Pocket protectors for everyone!
And for those of you whose day just won't be complete until you see some pie wrecks, a gift from John:
Thanks to wreckporters Rachel W., Nasina G., Grahm, Maggie M., Gin D., Caroline C., Rebecca M., and Mike - and also to John for the most painful pun in the history of crockery. I knew I married that boy for a reason.