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20 Delicious Pi Jokes for Maths Fans!

We all love circumference-based number jokes, especially when there's actual pies involved. Here's some great 3.14-based howlers!

Beano Jokes Team
Last Updated:  February 22nd 2022

Some people think maths can be a total snooze fest, but who can resist this buffet of tasty pi gags? Grab a plate and feast upon these jokes about 3.14, circumferences and all that cool mathematical mayhem!

Once you've calmed down after laughing at this lot, why not check out our maths jokes and science jokes?

What happens when you take the sun and divide its circumference by its diameter?

You get pi in the sky!

Why couldn't student get the joke about pi?

They kept missing the point!

My idea for a character called 3.14 Face was rejected by Beano!

They said they already have a Pieface!

My pet snake is exactly 3.14m long…

Its a π-thon!

Why can’t you make a crumble with 3.14 strawberries?

Because that would be pi!

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What do you call a maths teacher who leads a group of rats out of your town?

The Pi Piper!

A rat on some floorboards

What is 1.57?

Half a pie!

What is the longest snake in the world?

A pi-thon!

What did Sir Isaac Newton choose for his dessert?

Apple pi!

A pile of apples

What's the worst thing about getting hit in the face with a pi?

It never ends!

Why shouldn't you eat too much pi?

You'll get a large circumference!

What is a nerd's favourite Halloween dessert?

Pumpkin pi!

Evil Halloween pumpkin

What do you call a group of sheep standing in a circle?

Shepherd's pi!

Grinning farmer

Why do circles burn?

Because they're always 360 degrees!

Why did pi have a skateboarding accident?

It just didn't know when to stop!

Who invented the Round Table?

Sir Cumference!

Why should you never start a conversation with pi?

They go on forever!

A yawning woman

What are 3.14% of sailors?


FIsherman holding a lobster

How many bakers does it take to make a pie?


What is a mathematician's favourite day of the week?


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