I recently dated a woman from work and it was an experience I will not soon forget. She was very pretty and I thought we'd hit it off right away, but the one thing that put the kibosh on this date was her awful breath. I had never detected this at work. Maybe we were never that close for me to notice, but on this date it smelled like someone had just opened the local sewer. It was horrible. I had a difficult time concentrating and when the evening was coming to a close, I opted to go home rather than up to her apartment for whatever. Working with her from now on will be rather awkward. I have never met anyone with such horrid breath before.
— Aaron, 25
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