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    Hugs honey. So your DH doesn't brush his teeth? At all? That is gross! If it's just the usual stinky morning breath, I was going to suggest swapping sides of the bed if you currently both prefer to sleep inwards, as then you'll be facing outwards and away from him. But if he just doesn't brush his teeth, I don't know what you can do about that apart from asking/telling him to before he comes to bed.

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    I am so sorry, but I did have a little giggle when I read this.... But, to you!

    My DH doesn't have stinky butt breath, but he also faces into me and I can feel his breath on my face. It makes my skin crawl. He also snores and I wear ear plugs to bed every single night. It drives me insane.....

    I also like the sound of a rewards chart for cleaning his teeth... He he he!

    I hope your day gets better and you have a good nights sleep tonight.
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    lol, sorry i had a bit of a giggle too.. how bout you tell dh no sex at ALL until he starts regularly brushing his teeth. as for the breathing and farting, yuck, just smack him over the head with a pillow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    lol, sorry i had a bit of a giggle too.. how bout you tell dh no sex at ALL until he starts regularly brushing his teeth. as for the breathing and farting, yuck, just smack him over the head with a pillow.
    ...a PILLOW!? can it please my my fist? or a shovel?
    As for DTD....i just dont kiss him and i dont let him kiss me.

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    I have got the worst MS and DH smelt like corn relish dip laying next to me last night, it was horrendous. But he complained that he was too tired to get up and clean his teeth!
    I went OFF!
    I can feel your pain.
    The shower, the throat, the sleeping in, the disorganisation, the inability to GET THE F OUT OF BED!
    He makes all these ridiculous noises when he wakes up as though he's in pain. It's revolting.

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    as for getting him out of bed, my mum and dad used to put the stereo on full blast, and i mean, so loud the house was almost shaking. it was the worst way to wake up... (of course, after we would ignore the alarm clock).

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    You have just given me the best laugh, your dh sounds just like mine! OMG he still thinks farting is the funniest thing in the world, and I swear he tries to do it just to get a reaction from everyone. In the dead of night he will do it then follow it up the dog's name. The dog died 5 years ago by the way. It actually still makes me laugh even though the stench is horrid. Silly man. I suppose your DH also thinks you should find him irresistable at all times...? Mine does.

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    Oh I feel your pain!! DP didn't brush his teeth for so long. Only the odd occasion during the four yrs we have been together. He recently had to get a tooth pulled because it had decayed so badly and also a filling. Now he brushes his teeth He forgets sometimes and then I will remind him or just straight out tell him I'm not kissing him because he needs to brush his teeth but if he's already asleep I can't stand it and turn the other way.

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