Medical professionals are increasingly appalled by the amount of babies being born blind because of their mother’s addiction to cups of tea.
Health workers in maternity wards and those dealing with young children are shocked that mothers, many that often flagrantly drink tea in the wards after birth. Seem to think nothing of the eyesight of their child.
Even so called loving family members have been seen smuggling in extra bags of the stuff into the hospital. Some have even been seen taking it pure with no bag at all.
Mothers were also observed blatantly breastfeeding their tea riddled milk to their babes in full view, like some sort of tit shaped heroin injection.
A paediatrician spoke to me of the awful signs of baby tea addiction. She said it was obvious that when crawling, the babies didn’t seem to know ‘where they were going’, crawling about on the floor from here to there not really knowing ‘what they were doing’.
Some of the babies when I left tea bags on the floor played with them in a curious way, shaking them about fascinated and even trying to eat them. The sad irreparable scars of addiction passed on from parent to child, surfacing shockingly like the body of a drowned favourite pet from the canal.
The same child doctor later insisted that the children could see, claiming that the child pointing at things was a sign or a reasonably healthy eye sight. What was damming however was the child she spoke of so crazed by addiction was pointing to builders working across the street.
This was a terrifying indication of the strength of tea this child, at such a young and tender age, needed to just make it through the day. The poor little things eyes were only working to feed the savage beast of its cravings.
After being asked to leave the surgery as I threatened to reveal the true horror of this situation to the nation. I even saw mothers drinking tea in the waiting room, even after all the damage done. One child even had a big letter T on its jumper. Though it was obvious from the way the woman looked away and refused to make little eye contact that it really stood for Tea and not ‘Timothy’ as she weakly stated.
Health workers later at the hospital had evidently been told to keep quiet about this shocking situation, hushed no doubt by their bosses. Others were too shocked to comment or even enter into a conversation about it.
Doctors claimed there was nothing wrong with the children and that their eyesight was ‘normal’ but by then I had seen enough. Perhaps it’s good the babies couldn’t see this uncaring and cruel world too. As it would leave them like me, with very sore damaged eyes.