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"You've got computer-breath."
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"You have cookie breath again."
'Tell me the truth, Norm. Do I have bad breath?'
"Be honest with me. Do I have bad breath?"
"Is my breath fishy?"
"How is the halitosis Mr Potter?"
"Bad breath! Bad."
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'You're always complaining that red wine gives you bad breath, so I added mouthwash.'
"Ugh! Spring breath."
"The only sin we should be addressing is your breath!"
It's not you, Tom. It's your, ah, um...'
'Garlic is great protection against a cold...because no-one will come near you!'
'Lemon and water is great for digestion, but not for your early morning greeting.'
"I hope this dude has better breath than the last guy!"
"Damn. The minute I eat a stink bug, in walks Mr. Wonderful!..."
'Eww! You woke up with some bad evening breath!!'
'Ugh! You've got bad mourning breath!'
"You need a mint."
"Nasty caveman breath?"
Vlad the Implier
Tags:terror, terrors, reign of terror, reigns of terror, vlad the impaler, imply, implies, implication, implications, passive aggressive, rude, rudeness, impolite, insecure, insecurity, halitosis, bad breath, mouthwash, gentle reminder, gentle reminders, backseat driver, backseat drivers, annoying, irritating, social pariah, pariah, pariahs, outcast, social outcast, social outcasts, insult, insults, insulting, sideswipe, sideswipes, sideswiping, critic, critics, critical, critique, critiques
"The garlic fries were free, OK?"
'Your breath is in mint condition. It needs a mint."
'He had bad breath, but I suppose that was better than no breath at all.'
"Garlic, garlic, garlic."
'Forget the dress code. Have you heard about the new breath code?'