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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - JimmyJongo
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(03/14/2013) [-]
pi day?

I pretty sure its steak and blow job day
#26 to #1 - doddythechef
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(03/15/2013) [-]
out clubbing last night   
steak night and had a girl give me a blowjob when we left
out clubbing last night
steak night and had a girl give me a blowjob when we left
#6 to #1 - sketchfactor
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User avatar #9 - heretofuckshitup
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In 2002 i downloaded a document that had the first 2 million numbers to pi and my computer crashed and my uncle had to delete it and he saw all my porn and my mom took the computer away from me and i had parental controls. i hate pi
User avatar #11 to #9 - unknownmercury
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I think you would get along with a youtuber by the name of viheart. Check her out. She too has a disliking of pi.
#39 to #9 - crosskill
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You should make a documentary: "Pi ruins lives".
#41 - facedodge
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User avatar #23 - xxbutthurtxx
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63924693573162862452214521501452155541241524
those are for sure somewhere in pi
#34 to #23 - anon id: 7bbac0bc
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Not in the first ten million digits, the closest you can find is "63924693".

Since the number is never ending though, it will most likely exist
#35 - awesomesea **User deleted account**
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User avatar #5 - kinsanity
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There was a Pi memorization contest today at school for extra credit. My teacher said that as long as we memorize fifteen places we get the credit. Then she didn't even have us recite it, and just gave us the credit if we said we memorized twenty. I wasted two hours of my life.
#7 to #5 - epicespada
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My school did something similar, but it was at our assembly and whoever could recite Pi to the furthest place won a whole pie.
User avatar #12 to #7 - phuckinthingsucks
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My junior high did this except you won a pie to throw in the principles face
#46 - anon id: df9ba6e5
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In the 8th grade my Math teacher held various competitions on Pi day (solving basic algebra problems, random Pi trivia, etc) and gave points to teams of students based on their performance. The last part of the competition was to list off as many digits of Pi as you can (earning a single point for each digit). Since the most any student in the past ever managed to remember was 21, the teacher let each memorized digit count as 1 point, and made every other challenge in the competition worth ~20 points. I decided not to study for a whole week, and instead memorized as many digits of Pi as I could. My team was in dead last until the last challenge, with the leading team having 80 points. Our team's turn to list the numbers of Pi -- the teacher had a list of the first 50 in front of her. I proceeded to list 251 digits of Pi (had to find an extended list for her online). I win my team the competition =D still haven't gotten the ice cream we were promised....
#24 - theturtletrolley
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I got bored as **** after I finished a maths exam about half an hour early so i memorized pi to 9 decimal places which is all my calculator would go up to.... I just made it into the you're a dick category
<--mfw I finished the exam in less than half the time
#21 - doctorsybil **User deleted account**
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#27 to #21 - anon id: 9da86684
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3.14159

Commas are not acceptable replacements for decimal points.
User avatar #37 to #27 - zappasc **User deleted account**
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Even tough the guy below hets bashed, he is right. Most places in europe the comma IS our decimal point.
#29 to #27 - wantabeer
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Actually in German they sometimes use either a space or a comma..so..it is an acceptable replacement in some languages.
#30 to #29 - anon id: 9da86684
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Numbers and math is not a language. Thats like saying that in Spanish binary is sometimes 2s and 3s rather than 0s and 1s. Bully for them but that doesn't make it correct.
#49 to #30 - wantabeer
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Are you retarded? Numbers and math IS a language, *******. The most commonly used number system is Arabic; the one you and I use on a day-to-day basis. Various nations have little quirks when it comes to how they apply, represent, and utilize mathematics.
#3 - dragonicangel
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