Man completely blind (to the effects of a hard Brexit) after living on a diet of crisps (and beer)

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Man completely blind (to the effects of a hard Brexit) after living on a diet of crisps (and beer)

Experts are warning about the dangers of “fussy eating” after a 17-year-old suffered irreparable sight loss after living on a diet of crisps and chips.

But the news comes far too late for a man who’s been living on a diet of crisps and beer and is now completely blind to any adverse effects of a hard Brexit.

The boy has been described as an extremely picky eater, fussy and hard to please

The man has been described as an extremist, tricky cheater, fussy and hard to please.

The adolescent, who cannot be named, had been eating only French fries, Pringles and white bread, as well as an occasional slice of ham or a sausage.

The man, who cannot be named due to the nauseous effect it would have on many of our readers, demonstrated signs of xenophobia and wouldn’t dream of eating french fries. Ironically, his eating condition was sparked off when Doctors recommended he follow a more healthy, mediterranean diet and became worse when he discovered that curries and Chinese takeaways were not of an authentic British origin. Doctor’s fear that he could stop eating completely should he discover that potatoes were introduced to the UK in 1584 by Sir Walter Raleigh.

Dr Atan said the teenager had blind spots that made it difficult for him to read, watch TV or discern faces.

Whereas the man had blind spots causing difficulty reading anything other than right-wing newspapers, watching TV caused him to involuntarily spout angry accusations of anti-extremist-right-wing bias and he would only discern people by the colour of their faces.

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