It's not! Even after chewing gum, mints, or brushing, the cigarette smoke from your lungs is still breeding bacteria in your mouth and causing bad breath. See, tobacco smoke stays in the lungs. And as a smoker breathes throughout the day, smoke particles get re-deposited in the mouth. Those particles dry out a person’s mouth, creating a breeding ground for bacteria, which is a major cause of bad breath. What do you believe? Let us know and you could win.
Like licking an ashtray? Like sucking down the coals of a campfire? Like mints covered in tar? Exactly. Without horrible breath, rank smelling clothes, and tasting like cig butts, you’re definitely going to pull more dates. It is simply better kissing. You think all of this “science” is totally fake? Whose side are you on?
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