! Better close-minded than faraway-minded.
Yes, Pi is a constant, but this is a complex issue, if not actually irrational… are you certain it’s not imaginary?
Euclid write a book about something this plane.
She’s always into transcendental meditation, but he can’t get an angle on it.
His attitude will never amount to anything more or less than 180° to hers.
Ah, the complexities of trigonometric life.
Pi R square, No, cornbread is square, Pi R round.
Another reason not to get involved with a love triangle.
Maybe she needs someone with Golden Means to make her life Phine.
She didn’t appreciate it when he said she wasn’t acute.
He’ll try angles to interest her but can never reach a cord. Unfortunately they’re both too two dimensional to understand the depth of the problem.
Never in their entire marriage…. never ever has he been right.
She is irrational.
Edwin Abbott approves!
This one almost wants a comment to the effect of ‘shut your pi hole’ [Mouth, as in the place you put pi when eating it].