"Ew!" I cringed and pushed my date away from me. A couple hangouts of good chemistry fell down the drain during a not-so-hot-and-steamy makeout session at his apartment.
"His breath just smelled so bad," I explained to Marie after the smelly encounter. "It's like he ate a plate of garlic before he met up with me."
"Been there," replied Marie. "I had to interview this candidate today for a position that just opened up at my office. I couldn't concentrate on what he said because his breath was a huge distraction."
Sound familiar? Like your stance on Trump vs. Clinton or who really deserved the rose on The Bachelorette, there are certain foods that are reserved for a special time and place—because otherwise, they will make your breath extra smelly. Read on to find out the best foods that will score you major fresh breath points on your interview or date—and the absolute worst, too! And speaking of dates, up your chances of getting lucky with these 25 Foods That Make You Taste Good.
First, The Best Foods For Your Breath:
Now, The Worst Foods For Your Breath: