Last year I got my eldest one of those amusing math pun mugs. The ones that say root(-1) 2-cubed capital Sigma 3.14.
Clearly it says i (I) ate (8) xxx pie(pi).
However, my sister and I are in disagreement about the middle of the sentence. Since in math, capital sigma indicates the sum of all that follows, then I say that the phrase reads I ate the sum of all the pie, or more succinctly, I ate all the pie.
Jessica insists that it says "I ate some pie."
I think she is silly and wrong.
Who is right?
I'm not angry because I am a feminist. I'm feminist because I'm angry.