By Amelia - 23/06/2019 00:16

Today, I’ve discovered that even if he brushes his teeth for 10 minutes straight, flosses, and rinses with mouthwash, my boyfriend’s breath still smells like a cross between sewage and rotting fish. I’m running out of excuses for not kissing him. FML
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Could be anything from gingivitis to tonsil stones. Tell him how it smells, and then tell him to go to the damn dentist.

He needs to see a doctor. He could have problems in his lungs, sinuses or digestive tract that could be the source of the stank.

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purplekanc 17

Have you tried a tongue scraper and drinking more water

theark 14

Have you checked for gingivitis

Could be anything from gingivitis to tonsil stones. Tell him how it smells, and then tell him to go to the damn dentist.

Exactly my thinking; also a rotted tooth or a stomach problem can do it as well. Either way, if it’s not going away by a simple brush of the teeth or mouth wash then it’s something in need of medical (dental) attention.

He needs to see a doctor. He could have problems in his lungs, sinuses or digestive tract that could be the source of the stank.

ThatOneLonelyAsian 31

if you were a good girlfriend you'd not make excuses and tell him why you're not kissing him

Trinity Fenwick 7

sounds like serious halitosis or denture breath

Get him to the doctor stank breath is usually a sign of a serious health condition, bur do it soon before it's too late

Madison Gliosci 16

Is it possible he’s got a dead tooth? My fiancé had the same problem and it turned out to be his wisdom tooth rotting

Mathalamus 24

Ironically, brushing for ten minutes is likely to inflict more damage than not brushing...

TCRII 29

This is why you should never hold in a fart. Seriously. You body absorbs the gas and re-releases it in your breath.