I am always really sensitive about the breath of mine. I make an effort to take care of it, but at times, I am a little bit off schedule. I really do not know when the breath of mine is very bad.
In my view, I just know the breath of mine is bad when the person standing before me passes out.
It is somewhat embarrassing to have bad breath, particularly if you're in the company of extremely advanced people. I have bad breath constantly because of the great delight of mine in eating cheese. The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage warns me all of the time that eating cheese is going to create bad breath. I know she is right, but cheese is very delicious.
I was boarding an airplane to go north when the thought struck me that I had taken in a block of cheese before I got to the terminal. I was wondering if my breath smelled terrible or not. I tried to test it on myself but it never registered with my nose.
I know I have a nose, but the nose of mine doesn't know when you should smell anything. The only thing my nose does for me is sneeze, probiotic supplements
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) especially when I'm not prepared. And so, I cannot smell things the manner by which the wife of mine does. She is able to smell an odor 7 days before it's produced!
How she does that I won't ever know and at the stage of mine in life I am certainly not going to ask her.
Based on her, bad breath is not good, and that is why they call it "bad breath." The contention of mine is, bad is a relative thing. One individual smells a proven way, another person smells the other way and the twain shall never collide. What is detrimental to one individual is probably not damaging to another individual.
I've a pattern of nibbling on cheese. At times, my wife thinks that I'm simply a mouse. In fact, she uses the name "rat," but that is a different story. I really love cheese. When I come home the initial thing I do is head to the fridge, leave a block of cheese, slice it, go sit down and also enjoy nibbling on that cheese never ever concerned about the halitosis it may create.