After months of watching their loved ones suffer from the symptoms of soca season withdrawal, aka tabanca, families across the Caribbean have issued a desperate plea for them to please seek professional help, now.
“We can’t bear to see them like this,” said one tearful mother who reached out to UGS revealing that her two daughters haven’t eaten in weeks and keep saying the words “Go dung [sic]” over and over again.
“Do you want to see your mother cry?!” screamed their father as he heard the sounds of Destra coming from inside the bathroom. “Because you’re making your mother cry again!”
“These lifeless, disembodied soca junkies are a problem we have to deal with year after year,” explained a local expert from the Addiction Treatment Services Council. “It’s all fun and games when they can get their fix, but once the season is over, it’s their loved ones that are…
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