We're not big on math here at Guyism, but we do love pie. That's why when people say it's Pi Day, we immediately want to add the letter "e." Here are 10 great options, and we're not talking about apple, pumpkin, etc.
Whoopie Pies are to Oreos what Ruth's Chris is to Steak n Shake. I'd gladly take either, but the quality of one is far superior.
Had he not been a Chicago Cub, I wouldn't know that Felix Pie was a baseball player. When you're sitting at a game though it's impossible not to notice a mediocre player with an awesome name.
Oatmeal Cream Pies were a staple of my formative fat years. We didn't have much junk food in the house, but these could always be found in the pantry.
How long has it been since you listened to "30 Days in the Hole?" No matter what you said, it's been too long. Pi Day is second only to Friday as an excuse to throw on a little Humble Pie.
KFC's is the least healthy item on their menu, but that's because pot pies are delicious. They are big baked bread buckets of goodness, and whether it's fast food or homemade, it's always a good time for pot pie.
I had a meat pie for the first time last year in London. It was life changing. OK, not really, but it was damn good. I can only hope it wasn't made with humans. Times are tough, after all.
There are plenty of more delicious looking pizzas than this, but I associate the term pie with NY. No one in Chicago calls it a pie. They taste great regardless of semantics though, so go home and order one to celebrate.
Cow pies have been making kids snicker since their invention in some year in the past. Everyone has that friend whose mom made them though, and they were always a hit. It only takes one bite to get past the dung connotation, and then it's nothing but chocolate coated goodness.
I don't know which came first, the Moon Pie or the S'More, but they're essentially the same thing. It's the same ingredients in a different order and temperature, which makes the Moon Pie perfect for an urban camper.
There has never been a more accurate pie chart than this one, which is probably why it's circulated the internet for years. It's literal, it's honest, and it's still downright delicious.