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• Censorship is ugly, but still not the ugliest bird in the sky. Happily, this has never been necessary.

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Bad Breath

Within a few hours, my coworkers will learn the hard way I went through a garlic jag this weekend, that only a batch of my hummus could cure. 

    TAGS:  bad breath, garlic


Never tell the auditor that their breath smells like brimstone.

    TAGS:  advice, bad breath, brimstone


When I was Three :: Br. Ezra

When I was three years old I ate dog poo and, this is important, they were freshly laid piles.

    TAGS:  bad breath, dog poo cuisine, toddlers, freshly laid piles, poison control center


“Don’t worry he will be fine,” the poison control operator assured my panicked mother, “the worst thing will be the really bad breath that he will have the rest of the week.”

    TAGS:  bad breath, dog poo cuisine, toddlers, poison control center


Henry knew he should brush his teeth more often, the same way he knew he shouldn’t steal or drink beer or fantasize about his wife’s sister, but life was short, he reminded himself, too short to even contemplate a world where a sister-in-law wasn’t turned on by a fat man with bad breath.

    TAGS:  Henry, bad breath, secrets, hygiene, sister-in-law, questionable thoughts


 

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