Bad breath turns off American gals and Irish lasses

By - Bad Breath Expert

SUMMARY:  What displeases women most about men? If you think that bad breath is one of a woman's top turn-offs, chances are you're right. A survey conducted by 98FM Radio Ireland found that women there hate the smell of halitosis.

Posted: August 17, 2011

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What displeases women most about men? If you think that bad breath is one of a woman's top turn-offs, chances are you're right. A survey conducted by 98FM Radio Ireland found that women there hate the smell of halitosis.

According to NewsTalk, which published the survey results, oral odor is the fourth most despised turn-off among all ladies of Erin, after spitting, wearing long socks with shorts and having long fingernails.

The news source noted that previous surveys put bad breath in the number-two spot among American women, second only to a man's having a child. This was one of the few overlapping turn-offs between Irish lasses and Yankee ladies.

As you can see, bad breath is almost universally repulsive, to the point that many people realize they need more than an average toothpaste or mouthwash. Turning to a specialty breath freshening product or an Aktiv K-12 Oral Care Probiotics Kit may help people with oral odor sweeten their breath.

Who knows? With the right product, maybe the most odiferous of men has a chance at landing a lady, regardless of which side of the Atlantic he's on.

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