It can ruin a first date in less than a second, but it can plague sufferers for years. We all suffer a bit of bad breath – or halitosis – from time to time.
One: perhaps they just fancy a mint, or two (and far more likely): they think you need one yourself because of your stinky breath.
It’s really important to brush the teeth on a regular basis to prevent bacteria from settling in the mouth.
But a quick scrub with a toothbrush (remember to put some toothpaste on it) is usually enough to dispel morning breath.
For those who endure halitosis on a more prolonged level, things are a little bit more tricky.
And, of course, I'd pay for whatever portion of the date that is mine. And, from what I gather (reading here on the dope), there are some who actually don't believe in using it.
I would ditch someone I liked over their bad smell. Bummer, but we all have stuff we just can't live with. I'd probably check my phone, say that a family emergency has just arisen, and that I need to leave now. I would ditch someone I liked over their bad smell. I've never told him straight out, I don't want to hurt his feelings, but when it's come up about OTHER people doing that, I've made it clear that deodorant is NECESSARY!
No matter how much you love someone, bad breath is never a good thing.
Bad breath (also known as halitosis) is very common and affects most people at some point in their lives; some people often suffer from bad breath, while others will only experience it on an infrequent basis, but it can have as devastating an effect on a relationship as one's cosmetic appearance. Bad breath can be caused by different factors, including poor oral hygiene, strong smelling foods and dental health problems.If my husband came to bed smelling like that he'd find himself getting sent to the showers in a hurry!!!, and NO, no sleeping on my nice couch smelling like that either!!! If it was a hot summer day and he had a slight sweaty smell that wasn't too bad, I'd understand.The main source of bad breath is a pesky set of bacteria called gram-negative anaerobes, which reduce to cause that horrible sulphur-like smell that has ruined many a first date.These little buggers hide out under your gum or in the holes in your teeth. They also hang out on the spaces between the little ridges on the back of your tongue.Chronic bad breath is usually a result of bacteria settling on the tongue and surfaces of the mouth; these bacteria release unpleasant odours.