# Me, I am circumference

Here is a puzzle in the same form of my previous puzzles, here and here.

Me, I am circumference,

My anagram is what you should do,

My anagram's homophone is what you do in school,

My anagram's other homophone is a ceremony, often in religion.

You are

GIRTH - the measurement around the middle of something, AKA circumference

My anagram is what you should do,

You should do what is RIGHT

My anagram's homophone is what you do in school,

In school, you WRITE a lot of things

My anagrams other homophone is a ceremony, often in religion

A religious ceremony can be called a RITE

@QuantumTwinkie (using your anagram's other homophone's anagram):

I hope you never TIRE of making these puzzles! =D

• That is the correct answer :D. – QuantumTwinkie Jun 28 '18 at 16:21
• @QuantumTwinkie Nice, thank you for the puzzle! – hagfy Jun 28 '18 at 16:48
• Ha ha ha, I like the edit! @hagfy – QuantumTwinkie Jun 28 '18 at 16:53

Totally sacrificing the appropriate meaning of "homophone", this was my first idea, heh.

You are

pi*d, circumference = pi * diameter

My anagram is what you should do,

You should dip—your chips. You're bland if you don't.

My anagram's homophone is what you do in school,

Dipping class means ditching class.

My anagrams other homophone is a ceremony, often in religion

Baptism is getting dipped in water.

• This is a very clever answer! ha ha ha :D – QuantumTwinkie Jun 29 '18 at 0:00
• Nice. +1, and welcome to Puzzling.SE. – Chowzen Jun 29 '18 at 0:27
• So, if it were dπ, would it be "de apple pie", or "de steak 'n' kidn'y pie"? – Chronocidal Jun 29 '18 at 7:51