The wonder of Wikipedia: Broccoli

Whilst preparing my post earlier this week on Michael Gove and broccoli, I happened across Wikipedia’s talk page on broccoli.

Why do I share this with you? Well, because it contains such gems as:

That is the dumbest question I’ve ever heard. It was also the exact same question I was going to ask.

Is it necessary to state that George H.W. Bush was in the first generation of american children to have broccoli? that seems fairly meaningless and random.

Shouldn’t there be more on the consumption of broccoli in other cultures, particularly China?

It would be nice if anyone put in this article that George H. W. Bush spoke against broccoli.

And finally…

Seriously now, is it important for someone researching broccoli to know that it was once referenced in an episode of The Simpsons?

… which elicited this response:

If not in Wikipedia, where?

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