Get it? It’s a Venn diagram made of actual pies. That’s why it’s called a Venn piagram. [via]
also intersection = berry (shared between strawberry and blueberry) , thus intersection = berry delicious :)
Love it! :)
Sure it’s not a pie chart?
Piagram is more awesomer.
Definitely not a pie chart: that would be a single pie containing segments of different fillings.
“Venn diagram made with actual pies” would only make sense if normal Venn diagrams contained any reference to pie whatsoever. You can take out the “actual” from that sentence.
We’ll make sure to consult with you before we post things in order to not add extra words that end up making you upset…
Or the “actual” could be clearing up any confusion about whether they used real pies or used non-edible materials cause it would be drastically easier to do. The emphasis would be across the whole “actual pies” rather than just on “actual.”
My kinda dessert
Now that’s cooking your data!
I thought it was Batman with pie tits.
For one awful moment, I thought the one on the left was a pizza!
Then I thought the one on the left is actually devouring the one on the right… like a python!
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