Why moviegoers should dread on-screen asparagus

Movie analyst David Mouriquand was surprised to discover that asparagus only shows up in films and television shows as a harbinger of doom. The second they appear on screen, you can bet something is amiss or that inevitable disaster is afoot.

Mouriquand has given a cinematic and televisual theory to challenge even the staunchest asparagus lover. His thesis is the following: Asparagus only shows up in films and television shows to serve a harbinger of doom. As these are the peak months for the treasured spring vegetable, what better time to expose my theory by providing incontrovertible cinematic and televisual evidence that will prove that asparagus isn’t always a force for good.

Click here to read the full thesis.


Source: euronews.com

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