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Broccoli Epaulets

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Or you could plant cress, if you find broccoli too ostentatious.
calum, May 16 2011

Fishties [pocmloc, May 17 2011]

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       Yes - and a healthy snack - part of your five-a-day.
DenholmRicshaw, May 16 2011
  

       charming!
po, May 16 2011
  

       Do they come with a side order of button mushrooms?
8th of 7, May 16 2011
  

       Sort of like a healthier version of the well-balanced Yorkshireman then?
MaxwellBuchanan, May 16 2011
  

       hmmm, vegetable fashion gets into hb top 10!
po, May 16 2011
  

       Goes nicely with scrambled eggs on the hat.
tatterdemalion, May 16 2011
  

       I'd have my epaulettes fashioned from that Romanesco broccoli - the more discerning- gentleman's broccoli.   

       Meanwhile, I notice that the less sartorially aware are sporting Cauliflower this season - so gauche, it'll never catch on.
zen_tom, May 16 2011
  

       yeah, v cheesy.
po, May 16 2011
  

       Presumably the accompanying legwear consists of long trousers with turnips?
8th of 7, May 16 2011
  

       You should never forget to have some celery pinned to your blazer either.
kaz, May 16 2011
  

       Would it match with my cucumber codpiece?
Ian Tindale, May 16 2011
  

       Yes, but if you wear one of those, you may have trouble taking a leek…
8th of 7, May 16 2011
  

       I think cufflinks should be fashioned from corn kernels.
RayfordSteele, May 16 2011
  

       I think fashionable corn kernel cufflinks would make an excellent nonstick pizza cutter.
ytk, May 17 2011
  

       I think Birdseye colonels should wear frozen broccoli epaulettes.
mouseposture, May 17 2011
  

       After planting, the nutrients to cultivate the charming cress ordainment are provided from...?
Sir_Misspeller, May 17 2011
  

       //nutrients are provided from...?// A small animal, also perched on the shoulder.
FlyingToaster, May 17 2011
  

       [FT] Hydroponically at all?
Sir_Misspeller, May 17 2011
  

       A heatsealed package of fruit salad, pinned to the chests of senior officers and highly decorated soldiers.
infidel, May 17 2011
  

       This is in danger of spontaneously generating the “Chihuahua Epaulettes” idea.
Ian Tindale, May 17 2011
  

       Too late!
mouseposture, May 17 2011
  

       Oh, I took it farther than that.
infidel, May 17 2011
  

       Perfect with a cheese tie!
xandram, May 17 2011
  

       Cheese string tie, shirley ?
8th of 7, May 17 2011
  

       Fish tie!
pocmloc, May 17 2011
  

       Is that what [IT] uses to hold up his codpiece (q.v.) ?
8th of 7, May 17 2011
  

       Rice cakes could also be used for similar purposes, with toppings varied to match accessories.
calum, Aug 29 2012
  

       Efflaurets?
Phrontistery, Aug 30 2012
  

       Broccoli Epaulets, paired with cauliflower ears. Perfect accompaniment. Meathead and two veg.
Lesser Spotted Kiwi, Sep 02 2012
  

       He has the makings of a good officer, but still looks a bit green to me.
AusCan531, Sep 02 2012
  

       Fortunately he's wet behind the ears, and the drips keep the compost on his shoulders moist.
8th of 7, Sep 02 2012
  

       // I think Birdseye colonels should wear frozen broccoli epaulettes//
Don't be ridiculous - Birdseye will never make it past Captain.
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Sep 03 2012
  

       We have clearance, Clarence … roger, Oveur, what's our vector, Victor?   

       Huh?
8th of 7, Sep 03 2012
  
      
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