Broccoli: a Verb in Need of Meaning

I know you've thought about this. Broccoli is a great word. Sure, it's a good vegetable too, but taste the word itself.


It shouldn't be confined to just being a noun. One broccoli, two or more broccoli. Yes, you can add an s to the plural form but there's no need. The word is perfect already, and even has its own emoji: 🥦. Broccoli begs to be used more, in its already perfect form. I think it should be a verb. An action.

To broccoli. I broccoli yesterday. Have you ever broccoli? Let's broccoli tomorrow.

But what does it mean to broccoli?

-- CC0 Björn Wärmedal