The year’s cycle has completed, and it’s time once again to celebrate the ratio of a circle’s circumference to diameter.

In other words…

## Happy Pi Day!

Given this mathematical celebration, here are 3.14 reasons Pi Day is awesome.

**1) It’s the best day to share a math joke.**

**2) If you get lost and go in circles, you can just say, “I was just celebrating Pi Day!”**

**3) It’s a great excuse to eat more pie.**

**.14159265358979323846) Just as a circle is infinite, so is the potential for partying on Pi Day!**

Once again, Happy Pi Day everyone! Now, it’s time to look forward to our next Geekly Holiday: May 4th.

What are you doing to celebrate Pi Day? What pie best represents Pi Day? What is your favorite math symbol?

*Here’s more info on Pi Day from CNN.com*

Yay for maths jokes and Pi day! 🙂 Although here in the UK it’s 14/3, not 3/14. 😦

Well, despite the variation in how we write dates, I am sure you can still use this as an excuse to make math jokes and eat pie.

You sure it’s not Snakes on a Plane? “We have to put a barrier between us and the snakes.”

The barrier could be an alternate dimension, an alternate Cartesian plane.

I didn’t know about Pi Day! I will have to celebrate it one day late (shhh, don’t tell anyone!!). Happy belated Pi Day, hope it was a good one 🙂

Just as the number Pi has infinite decimals, there are infinite days to celebrat pi day.

Not one for math and I gave up sweets for Lent.

In other words, my Pi Day sucked.

You can skip the math portion, and have a savory pie instead – like chicken pot pie.

Finally a day for math jokes!

It is a great thing.