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  • Pi Guy

    See what happens when there’s no God to provide an absolute moral framework? The rhubarbs and the boisenberries form clearly unlholy unions such as THIS.

    It’s an abomination, I tells ya!

  • Lauren Ipsum

    Man, don’t be anti-piequality. Boysenbarb filling is perfectly normal and natural.

  • Hank Fox

    This is clearly at piekaryote caught in the process of reproductive fission.

  • shripathikamath

    It sucks!

    (Well, you asked for an opinion)

  • Sheesh




    If someone had suggested this idea for a dessert my first inclination would be to make a cake, since it would be so easy. Kudos to the baker(s) for taking the path that involved pie-tin modification!