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On Dating Ethics, Drink-Legs, and Smell Interference

@Megan Patterson I once worked with a guy who had really disgusting breath. It was horrible to the point where everyone else at work would talk about it, but no one ever told him. It went on like this for literally years until one day he changed jobs and his new boss told him to fix his gross breath. So he went to the dentist but it wasn't his teeth, so he was referred to a doctor. It turned out that he actually had stomach cancer and his bad breath was the smell of his insides rotting. It was too far progressed to treat and he died. If only someone had told him years before about his bad breath, they might have been able to catch the cancer in time. What's the moral of the story? If someone smells, tell them!

Posted on September 9, 2011 at 5:16 pm 0