Red eye

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Boiled eye
AAAAAAAAA!, my eyes! :-(
“Should have used Clear Eyes...”
~ Ben Stein on red eyes

Red eye is a serious medical condition of the eyeballs which has irritated and annoyed Mankind ever since the beginning of time itself. The modern diagnosis of this near-fatal disease became possible only with the development of Kodak™ colorized film and the exploding light bulb.

edit Medieval history

In medieval history, the disease was known as Ye Evil Eye, and was oft attributed to demonic possession brought about by clinical masturbation. Old-fashioned treatments included things such as fervent prayer, application of live leeches directly to the affected area, or the drilling of small holes into the sides of the eyeballs with hand-held electric drills for the purpose of allowing sundry evil spirits and alarming quantities of excess blood to spurt out.

When the private possession of demons and power tools was finally outlawed by all civilized nations in 1903, the incidence of red eye in the general public skyrocketed dramatically. This counterintuitive result prompted the United States Federal Government to take drastic emergency measures, such as throwing enormous amounts of taxpayer money at the problem.

edit Classic symptoms of red eye

edit Sensitivity to environmental stimuli

Victims of red eye usually display extreme sensitivity to environmental stimuli, such as blinding strobe lights and sudden loud popping noises. Recent unethical medical experiments also demonstrated that they are also strongly affected by wavelengths much farther down into the infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum, such as microwaves. Direct exposure to intense microwave radiation often cause red-eyed sufferers to scream incessantly and claw at their inflamed bleeding eyes, which only exacerbates their pitiful condition.

edit Prevalence and denial

Today, in spite of the medical community's best efforts, the unrelenting plague of red eye is continuing to increase amongst babies and young children alike. Many misinformed parents of infected children are in a state of abject denial, and surreptitiously falsify photographic proof of their children's grievous affliction with powerful image-editing software.

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