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She’s Not Sure How To Break It To Her Boyfriend That His Awful Hygiene Is Negatively Impacting Her Health

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For around two years so far, this 22-year-old girl has been dating her boyfriend, who is the same age as her.

Her boyfriend spends a lot of time at her place, and so she’s gotten a really good look at his personal habits, including his hygiene habits.

Unfortunately, her boyfriend really doesn’t have good hygiene at all. While he does shower almost every day, his feet smell disgusting.

“Like not just your average funky feet smell, but it’s borderline overwhelming at times,” she explained.

“And the smell stains. What I mean by that is that whenever he stays over at my place, he leaves a lingering smell of feet on the bedsheets.”

“I can even smell it from across the room. One time, he left his feet on my pillow, and it became embedded into the pillow itself, not just the cover. One of my friends hosts house parties frequently, and people would always comment on the smell the moment he takes his shoes off.”

But her boyfriend’s feet aren’t the only problematic issue with his hygiene. He has terrible dandruff and greasy hair, and even though she bought him some special shampoos and conditioners to use, he refused after claiming they’re too girly.

She also has to tell her boyfriend to brush his teeth every single morning and every single night too, or he won’t.

Occasionally, he will take it upon himself to brush, but that’s a rare occurrence. Her boyfriend’s teeth are coated in plaque, and the last two times she went to the dentist with him, he was informed that he had cavities.

BullRun – stock.adobe.com – illustrative purposes only, not the actual person

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