The slightly disturbing and infinite grace of Pi is excellent T-shirt inspiration, but is that outward-facing data advancing your own knowledge? No! Here is the answer – Pi to 100 places upside-down. That means without having to mangle your shirt you can quickly lift the hem and do some quick revision. And the next time you take a moment of head-down contemplation or a micro-nap at your desk be assured that this T-shirt will protect from all accusations of goofing, dozing or navel-gazing. “Oh no,” you can indignantly reply as you’re roused from your head-down position, “I was studying the 55th to 60th places of Pi!”
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If you’re of a more sly bent then you might instead reply: “Gosh, how embarrassing, I’ve put my T-shirt on upside-down.” Then count the seconds until your accuser realizes they have fallen into your trap of upturned Pi.

As a vanishingly small percentage of people know, the first 100 places of Pi are:
3.1415926535 8979323846 2643383279 5028841971 6939937510 5820974944 5923078164 0628620899 8628034825 3421170679
There’s lots of other fun to be had with Pi:
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Learning Pi to 100 is good, but in Weird Al Yankovic’s “White and Nerdy” song the nerd knows Pi to a thousand places. Love this song: almost everything attributed to the nerd are very admirable skills:

Live long and prosper.

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