If you divide the circumference of a pumpkin by its diameter, do you get pumpkin Pi?
@ Elizabeth - I bet you checked my maths was correct!
@ Pronk - It sounds like a couple of boobs to me
@ Weasel - Vindaloo?
@ BK - Is that what's meant by having a slice?
@ UB - That's what I do best!
@ Polly - That would be a bit cheeky
@ CT - It's always useful to be forearmed
@ Adullah - Pi of the Earth doesn't sound very tasty.
@ LBM - It was a juicy question
@ Anon - An Enterprising answer
@ WVS - That's all of us!
- Big KahunaLv 71 month agoFavourite answer
Punkins don't get circumferencised,do they?
- 1 month ago
big brain time!!!!!
- Little Big ManLv 71 month ago
What an appealing answer RR.
- Anonymous1 month ago
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- Adullah MLv 71 month ago
Yes, by measuring both circumferences and diameters on vertical and horizontal plane then divide by two , so, one would get the value of Pumpkin Pi equal to the value of Pi of the earth.
RR. Earth Pi is delicious and more tasty than Moon Pi.
- ElizabethLv 71 month ago
That would be irrational ...
- PronkLv 71 month ago
Pumpkin vandal boobs,RR..
Vandals kicked my Ms.Pi-ggy pumpkin
into the lake; It killed a frog I named Kermit,
& now she’s wearing an ALGAE’BRA.😳
- Weasel McWeaselLv 71 month ago
I wonder if Pumpkins, come in Pumpkin-spice flavor? hmmmmmmmmm-------
- pollyLv 71 month ago
I asked the girl at the pie shop about that & she said If I'm not careful I'll get a moon pie
- ChaiTeaLv 61 month ago
And if you measure half the thickness of your forearm, you'll get the radius.