The Truth about Goats
A heavily medicated public have discovered that dealing with life in the UK now requires a heady cocktail of opioids, instagram and M&S ‘gin in a can’. In the last ten years, Anti-depressant use has doubled; which in no way is linked to austerity, war and Mrs Brown’s Boys.
One woozy citizen remarked: ‘I’m renting a flat I can’t afford, working three jobs that fail to meet the living wage, my kids are malnourished and I’m saddled with debt. But other than that, everything is hunky dory’.
With life expectancy dropping, wage gaps increasing and Brexit shafting, pills are a logical solution. By 2025 it is predicted that everyone will be high as a kite and will take Prozac from a Pez dispenser.
A government spokeswoman confirmed: ‘A total of 70.9 million prescriptions for antidepressants were dispensed in 2018 – and that was just for Theresa May’.