Whole width goodness…
Photo courtesy of Christine.
Found in Vietnam.
Comes from the Carobbean.
Clearly must be a pi.
por-ous substance has a ‘rich’ flavor, whatever it is.
No thanks I’ll give it a wide birth
I’ve found rocks a bit hard in thr past
I think we can argue in circles about the second ingredient.
@Huu Yuu 0402. I am not a Flan of this mixture
I wonder what occurs after the elipsis?
“Diameter” gave me the clue.
It is a chocolate pizza.
Well. Why not? I am mad on Chilli Chocolate.
Not for me. I’m on a polygon-free diet.
– Would you like some circumference with that?
– 3.14, Sir?
– Just a Pi Soup, please.
Contains GMO — Geometric Mean Othrocenter
They always add diameter to make sure there is enough to go round.
Who wants another Round?
Porous substance? Holey ingredients, Batman!
That last ingredient look suspiciously like mouse turds.
@Marum | 4:14 am: The sun or moon starts shining on the earth again. 😛
I like diameter, although I’m not bisectual myself.
Ho Chi Minh‘s secret recipe in defeating South Vietnam.
Diameter? That strikes a chord with me.
Pass; I need 3 square meals a day.
I ate this and it went right through me.
I love diameter! It’s twice as good as radius!
Word has it that porous substances prefer diameter over length.
I’m on a diet, so make mine radius.
This has some depth to it.
They’re still trying to remember what else they put in there.
Looks like Norwegian blue parrot food, evasively sold.
Solves this mystery:
The ellipsis means, “We guessed the first few ingredients. You guess the rest.”
Diameter? No thanks, I prefer Radius
Diameter? Nah . . .
Just give me a major sector and a minor sector of the pi(e) !