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Some cooks label their pies, for clarity.
“♪♪ It's a wonderful day for pie... ♪♪ ”
~ Family Guy's Peter Griffin on pie
“♪♪ What do I think of the pie? What do I think of the pie?... ♪♪ ”
~ Homer Simpson on pie
“It is meet and right”

Pie is food in its most perfect form, and combines all four food groups: Sugar, grease, starch, and crunchy. Many people believe that pie is unhealthy, but they are mistaken. Pie is available in many sizes, from family size (or snack size to the average American) to those little pies at the check-out line. Nobody makes better pie than Mom.[1]

The filling in the pie is usually fruit, but it is sometimes pumpkin and rhubarb; there are also meat pies, where the filling could in theory be anything, so watch out.[2] It could be four-and-twenty blackbirds;[3] you just don't know.

Another notorious filling of a meat pie that you don't want to eat is best dramatized by Sweeney Todd, a play made into a musical made into a musical-movie by actors who cannot sing.

Pie is so yummy that the term has been adapted to describe other positive concepts, described below.



Pie began in the 17th century under the rule of King James I, when Guy Fawkes hatched a plot for a day of hilarious pie throwing at the Houses of Parliament, which was tragically misinterpreted and over-reacted to. Pie was further refined in the workshop of Edgar Allen Pie, who gave it its current name (as Fawkes probably should have) and developed the first non-explosive filling.

At first, pie was nothing more than a simple pastry...but, over time it grew more powerful as more and more people saw that pie was fun.

Future ambitions

Pies are taking over.

Pie is slowly becoming a deity with millions of followers around the world that love and worship it. In the past, pie has done many great things, such as starting World War Pie. Pie's influence has been limited by the fact that people mostly ate any pie they saw, before it could achieve much. But pie is now the most known pie in pie-land and the chief guru of the religion of pieism. Pie has thousands of grou-pies.

Pies are also taking over across the water.

In the future, pie plans to rule the world. (And it's not the only one.) To do this, pie will fatten every human up until he can't walk. Pie might eat humans as punishment for the consumption of valiant pie brethren (notably, pie Lincoln and pie Jesus.)

Pie is expected to run for the USA Presidency in 2012, as 89% of Americans would rather have a slice of pie than listen to Barack Obama. Of those 89%, an astounding 99% say it's especially true if Obama is speaking about healthy eating. Or a federal takeover of bakeries.


The number Pi (π) is about 3.1416. It is "about" a lot of other things, but it isn't exactly anything. It is how far you have to walk to get halfway around a circle of radius 1. No one wants to get just halfway around it, so get out your calculators. (Regarding area, "Pie are squared," my old geometry teacher used to say, though the correct Ebonic is, "Pie do be squared.")

Wikipedia does have an article on Pie--and it even has a section on Pie throwing. Copycats!

The legislature of Ohio once notoriously ruled that civil engineers could use a value of π=22/7. (In 1992, they amended this to state that π=3 would be "good enough for Government work.") If you cross a bridge anywhere between Cleveland and Dacron, well, mind the gap.

Pie, the element

Periodic Symbol for Pie

Pie (symbol: Pi) is the 92nd element of the periodic table. It is a heavy metal, and frequently performs with the band Black Sabbath. Pie is frequently used as an oxidizing agent within industry, for rapid conversion of fructose to galactose.

Carbon pie oxide (symbol: C3PiO) is suspected as a cause of global warming. Some people say that further increases in this compound will coat the surface of the earth with a sticky glaze. And they're scientists.

Pie double entendres

“Would you like to come upstairs for some pie?”
~ The date you will never have, on pie

The term "pie" has been adapted to describe other pleasing natural phenomena that have squiggly edges and a creamy filling.

The term "pie" has also been used obsessively on Uncyclopedia to describe accolades or praise. For example, "Do Give the Admins Pie." Sure, right after they rip the crap out of your recent edit. Like props, kudos, and so on. At least, that's probably the kind of pie they're looking for.

Hair pie

The euphemism hair pie has become widespread, ironically at the same time that many men and women have decided that they want her hair pie to be as hairless as her underarms. Just because nature put hair there doesn't mean it has to stay there, as everyone outside of The Netherlands now agrees.

Moon pie

The term moon pie is self-contradictory. The low gravity on the surface of the moon would make it hard for the filling to remain within the crust, and the very low atmospheric pressure would make it boil over instantly. Moon meringue is more likely.

Pot pie

Vegetarians have Alice B. Toklas brownies, but others can use the pot pie to surreptitiously add marijuana to the diet. Chicken pot pie is a marvelous way to put a buzz on under cover of following doctor's orders to eat more meat.

The Pol Pot Pie is a commemorative dish served by southeast Asian refugees who have opened ethnic restaurants in Newmarket, N.H.

Cow pie

When contemplating a meat pie, which is usually a hamburger pizza folded and eaten sandwich-style, do not order by the name of the mammal, nor accept just any pie having something to do with cows. It is for vital clarity that English has a different word for the farm animal and for its meat. For the ill-advised, there is more guidance in the links at the end of this article.

Cutie Pie

Pacha Cutie-Pie is a primordial Inca luminary who figures prominently in the history of Perú.

Pie throwing

Pie throwing is a sport, a hobby, a way to pass time, and a way to show affection for a coworker without possible sexual overtones. The late Soupy Sales[4] (pictured) popularized pie throwing with Americans.

Throughout our history, many wars have been started by a casual act of pie throwing. The innocent slapstick against Bosnian Archduke Ferdinand, unfortunately simultaneous to the backfiring of an early automobile, is a fateful example. So, when throwing a pie at someone's face, make sure he is looking away from you.


See also


  1. Thus the cannibalism charges. Plus, you were adopted.
  2. The shit sandwich appears more often in our literature than the shit pie, but both have articles on Uncyclopedia.
  3. You don't want to eat a blackbird pie. Moreover, if the blackbirds fly out, as in Mother Goose, it is a sign that the pie is undercooked to boot.
  4. Actually, his two impresarios, Black Fang and White Fang.

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From Wackypedia




Pie is available in many flavors, including chocolate, grape, cherry, orange, mint, meat, horse manure, banana, apple, cookie, cheese, fish, pizza, and ham.

Everyone loves pie. But it can lead to obesity. This is why everyone is fat. Delicious pie. But the pie knows more than it lets on; watching, always watching with its mocking eyes. Watching as we gorge ourselves and become fat and stupid, waiting for the right moment to unleash its hidden armies of bees! No-one will know we have angered the pie until the bees are in charge! It's not even safe to talk abou- Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

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~ Paid for by the Pies of America Association




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