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2.
the most over used "random phrase" since the beginning of time, or at least the beginning of the internet. it's now become expected and predictable.
person #1: i'm bored. how 'bout you?

person #2: i like pie...

person #1: -____- shutup..
by cheeznipzryummy January 19, 2009
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1.
Phrase used to politely decline to engage in discussion, with the implication that the original speaker is deliberately trying to upset you and/or posting flamebait.
"So what does everybody think of these illegals coming across the border?"

"I like pie."
by Crispini April 02, 2006
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3.
1. A distraction to interject into the middle of any conversation to direct attention to yourself.

2. A conversation starter in an awkward moment of meeting someone for the first time.

3. An internet phrase used to show how childish the user is.

4. An exclamation of how much you enjoy a layer cake with filling
I Like Pie
by Kille Joye September 13, 2010
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4.
A cliche originating in the United States, it is most commonly used during a moment of silence, typically to lighten up the mood or just grab someone's attention (with total and utter randomness).
(Two people are sitting on the couch and not socializing with each other whatsoever.)

Person 1: I like pie!
Person 2: Me too.
by D. Rodriguez December 27, 2011
50 29
 
5.
Voicing support for these classic delicacies, flavor of chocolate, lemon, apple, strawberry, etc. Not pumpkin though; it kinda sucks.
"BUSH IS TEH TERRORIST WHAT U GOT 2 SAY TO TAHT"
"....I like pie."
by YINever March 11, 2005
323 306
 
6.
A phrase used to express ones liking of pie.

Cos it's awesome.
Person #1: So, what food do you like?

Person #2: I LIKE PIE c:
by EMMA THE PIE EATER May 20, 2013
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7.
An overused expression used by 9-year-olds who think that they're funny and random. Similar phrases are "I like cheese", "I like muffins", or "I like cake".
9-year-old: I like pie!!!1111 hahahahalol I'm so clever!!11 :D
Mature person: <.<
by WrKing1 December 28, 2009
171 236