A selection of Pi tattoos

OK, there’s a few Pi scars as well as lots of Pi tattoos (mostly from BME’s geek tattoo section) since today is 3/14… (What, if pirate day tattoos get a post, so can today!)

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33 thoughts on “A selection of Pi tattoos

  1. In 8 years from now it will be 3.14.15

    Or perhaps we should wait another year for rounding to 3.14.16?

    03:14 15/9/26 in 19 years & a bit…

  2. man, Pi is such an awesome tattoo. If i had any connection to it at all, i’d get it tattoo’d on me.

  3. Pi is a cool number and a cool symbol. My friend, whose nickname is sarah-pi got a pi symbol on her wrist.

  4. In what alphabet is omega the last letter?
    At the beginning of the marvelous game xenogears it says:

    “Alpha and Omega,
    the beginning and the end,
    the first and the last.”

    So, what alphabet is they referring to?
    I previously thought it was the roman alphabet, but isn’t Pi the last letter of the roman alphabet?

  5. October 23 from 6:02 a.m. to 6:02 p.m. – National Mole Day

    Mole Day commemorates Avogadro’s Number (6.02 x 10^23), which is a basic measuring unit in chemistry.

    Bet no one has a mole tattoo yet *chuckles*

  6. My birthday is today, and I’m planning on getting a Pi tattoo. Thanks for the gallery!

  7. #22, mole is the correct spelling for Avogadro’s number. Yes, only a major geek would delurk for that. Pi is cool and everything, but why don’t people get other interesting constants? Euler’s number isn’t tattoo-worthy?

  8. I wear pi.e.SQRT(2) in symbols on my body… In dutch that rhimes: pi-e-wortel-twee…. I guess that is 12.077…

  9. Pingback: Tatuaje de Pi: un símbolo de infinito - Cuerpo y Arte

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