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#61 Old 05-24-2014, 09:00 PM
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Poor hygiene is a big deal breaker for me in a relationship. Sometimes when my boyfriend has a few days off he can be a little lazy but if it goes on too long I always kick his butt in the bathroom and make him brush his teeth and take a shower.

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oh no that's not good .... a healthy body inside and out .... taking good care of your teeth , skin , hair & nails are just as important as a healthy diet ....

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http://health.howstuffworks.com/well...rush-teeth.htm

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#64 Old 05-29-2014, 08:47 PM
 
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My Hubs has always been a bit slack about brushing his teeth before bed... I ended up buying him one of those singing toothbrushes that sings Queen. As long as he's stoked enough to make it a habit lol

http://www.toothtunes.com/toothtunes.html

FTR I'm pretty terrible with dental appointments (cleanings etc) I just hate dentists and having them cleaned. I'm pretty sure I've gone stretches of like 5-8 years in between appointments, but my Hubs always goes every 6 months like clockwork.

I did also have a dental hygienist comment that my teeth looked really good for having lapsed in my cleanings for so long, and I don't know if it's true but she said that something about particular bacteria in people's mouths either tend to give them plaque/tartar build up faster or cavities, she said most people tend to lean one way or the other. I've never had a cavity but I know that I tend to be bad for plaque, whereas my Hubs has had a few cavities in his day but doesn't really get plaque buildup.
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My husband has poor hygiene because of his depression and I've been trying a lot over the years to help him get better at it. He has lost half his teeth because of it.
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You shouldn't be living with someone you're not married to.
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You shouldn't be living with someone you're not married to.
Why not.



Also, not brushing teeth? Gross.
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