Sure, Pi Day happens every year, but 2015 has brought us one that we haven’t seen since 1915 and won’t see again until 2115. And if you were up early in the morning at 9:26 (and 53 seconds — or 54 if you rounded up) a.m., you observed this truly rare lineup of digits:


But even if you don’t give a fig about math, you may have been coerced into celebrating Pi Day with a slice of your favorite pie if you speak a language where such puns aren’t lost in translation! Here are some of the ways we found to enjoy the occasion: