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Happy Pi Day!

Are we gonna do it again? OF COURSE WE ARE. As a wise man once said, it’s Nerd Christmas, after all. Here you go:

Can’t break the tradition as long as I’m around. Yes, it’s March 14th, 3/14, Pi Day, and you can’t have Pi Day without Hard ‘N Phirm making it musical. And so, sing along once again.

Oh, right, don’t forget to get your official Pi Day t-shirt, designed by Chris Hardwick and Her Universe, sold exclusively through Hot Topic stores and online retailers:

Pi Day tee - 3

May your Pi Day be a festive and joyous one filled with irrational numbers and pie….

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  1. Jane says:

    Just enjoy it people and leave Chris alone! No need to over think it and he’s being his talented, creative self. Just have fun! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. AJ says:

    Next year is SUPER PI DAY!! 3.14.15!! Will also have to be celebrated at 9:26 (hmm am or pm?).

  3. Nick says:

    And that was the day I learned that this is a Hard ‘n’ Phirm song.

  4. Ashley says:

    Happy Pi Day! If anyone loves a perfect sphere, it’s me ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. MysticalCharm says:

    Pi (3.1415…) is NOT equal to 22/7 (3.14285…). By definition Pi is an irrational number and cannot be written as a ratio of 2 whole numbers. Stop trying to make HairyMelvin sound like he even remotely knows what he is talking about! Any moron who claims that 3/22 is the equivalent of Pi does not even deserve a response…

  6. I think HairyMelvin has 22/7 confused with 3/22.

  7. DJ says:

    We should also be celebrating on july 22! 22รท7 is 3.14 but the europeans write their dates in a day/month fashion giving a second day to celebrate this awesome day!

  8. Andrew says:

    IMO, Chris seems to miss the whole point of pi. He considers it some kind of honor to know it to a ton of digits when that kind of knowledge has no usefulness. Its just a way to take the logic/math out of pi and bring it back into the memorization fold. I call it how non-math people think they know math.

  9. Alfred says:

    I really don’t see how the f**k 3/22 = Pi… Please stay off the drugs or keep celebrating 4/20 or 3/22 but then don’t try tocome afterwards playing genius and making a total @ss out of yourself ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. luckymustard says:

    @HairyMelvin At the wikipedia page for Pi I can’t find any mention of “dividing 3 by the number 22”. Which equals 0.13636363636 (36 repeating probably).

  11. HairyMelvin says:

    Too much or not enough kinda feels the same but luckily I can still drive and shoot straight either way.

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  13. HairyMelvin says:

    WRONG WRONG WRONG! Your desperate attempt at being as hipster as 4/20 has ripped away your nerd foundations. YOU ARE 8 DAYS TOO EARLY!

    Why? Because the number Pi is generated by dividing 3 by the number 22; hence, 3/22. Something tells me a Liberal Arts major was the moron responsible for this whole 3/14 clusterevent.

  14. Shintarou says:

    Happy Pi Day!

    This may be the only song where transcribing the complete lyrics (even the ones after the fade-out) is literally impossible, due to the *ahem* irrational nature of the lyrics.