Also, "pi" is pronounced "pee" in Norwegian (as in much of the world), and "pie" is "pai" in Norwegian which is pronounced like "pie" in English. So eating pie on pi day is not as clever in Norway as it is in the U.S. But I can't really serve pee at lunchtime. Not even if it is "pee day".
Afterwards, I did a pi-memorizing presentation with my friend Allan.
|Mmmm... regular and gluten-free|
|3 and 1/7 pies. π times π.|
|Pi memorizing presentation with Allan|