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    Question Garlic last night?

    I am planning to visit an escort this afternoon; I have to send a confirmation text this morning. My problem is that last night my wife cooked dinner consisting of garlic bread starter, followed by garlic laden coq au vin, which was delicious by the way. French kissing is a must for me, but I really don't expect anyone to tolerate my breath today. I have tried drinking 2 litres of water, chewing parsley leaves, gargling original Listerine for 10 minutes, but I am still reeking. If there is any other solution worth trying, please let me know, if not, I will send a cancellation text.

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    A pint of milk and an Apple will do the job
    Something or other

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    Quote Originally Posted by lol brb View Post
    A pint of milk and an Apple will do the job
    Brilliant!, Thanks for that, I'm off to the shop right now. (Hope my lactose intolerance doesn't kick in too soon though)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosa Nostra View Post
    I am planning to visit an escort this afternoon; I have to send a confirmation text this morning. My problem is that last night my wife cooked dinner consisting of garlic bread starter, followed by garlic laden coq au vin, which was delicious by the way. French kissing is a must for me, but I really don't expect anyone to tolerate my breath today. I have tried drinking 2 litres of water, chewing parsley leaves, gargling original Listerine for 10 minutes, but I am still reeking. If there is any other solution worth trying, please let me know, if not, I will send a cancellation text.
    ha ha . that is funny.

    i myself hate the smell of garlic,but before cancelling why don't you try and ask her if she is ok with it lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosa Nostra View Post
    I am planning to visit an escort this afternoon; I have to send a confirmation text this morning. My problem is that last night my wife cooked dinner consisting of garlic bread starter, followed by garlic laden coq au vin, which was delicious by the way. French kissing is a must for me, but I really don't expect anyone to tolerate my breath today. I have tried drinking 2 litres of water, chewing parsley leaves, gargling original Listerine for 10 minutes, but I am still reeking. If there is any other solution worth trying, please let me know, if not, I will send a cancellation text.
    Ya don,t let the wife cook dinner anymore
    Maybe she know,s what your at
    No since it,s in the system it,s gonna take time to flush out, all you can do is eat mints and hope for the best


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    Id say you will be fine..plenty of mints

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosa Nostra View Post
    I am planning to visit an escort this afternoon; I have to send a confirmation text this morning. My problem is that last night my wife cooked dinner consisting of garlic bread starter, followed by garlic laden coq au vin, which was delicious by the way. French kissing is a must for me, but I really don't expect anyone to tolerate my breath today. I have tried drinking 2 litres of water, chewing parsley leaves, gargling original Listerine for 10 minutes, but I am still reeking. If there is any other solution worth trying, please let me know, if not, I will send a cancellation text.
    maybe if you didnt have a wife youd be ok

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    its kind of amusing that you worry about the smell of your breathe and not that you are cheating on your wife

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meursault View Post
    its kind of amusing that you worry about the smell of your breathe and not that you are cheating on your wife
    Issues with married guys?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmallHorn View Post
    Issues with married guys?
    Last edited by Meursault; 09-10-14 at 19:59.

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