As a rule, Kelly Osbourne says whatever she feels like. This is probably why she co-hosts Fashion Police, a show in which she and Joan Rivers blast Hollywood stars and starlets for their odd or revealing choices of dress. It’s may also be why she has no problem unleashing on people with bad breath.
Recently, Osbourne tweeted her disgust with having to sniff oral odor, especially when it’s up close and personal.
“#IHate people that are close talkers!” she wrote on the social media site. “No i don’t want to feel your hot breath in my face while talking thank you very much!”
On the same day (July 26, 2012), Osbourne blew off some more steam about the kinds of contortions she has to go through just to get away from the smell of bad breath.
“I spend most convos turning my head like the ****ing exorcist searching for a pocked [sic] of halitosis free air! it makes me look like a nutter!” she said, misspelling a bit in her rage.
This isn’t the first time the singer and fashion designer has expressed her displeasure with other people’s oral funk. In 2011, she tweeted: “Bad breath is better than no breath at all. #JustDontTalkSoCloseToMyFace”
Can you blame her for hating halitosis? It must be especially tough to deal with bad breath when you spend so much of your day talking with people face to face.
So, other than turning their heads around backwards, how can people like Osbourne break it to others that they have a case of halitosis? Well, besides saying it right out, you can always subtly offer a specialty, sugar-free, oxygenating breath mint.
These products neutralize odor, taste great and get the point across immediately. Or, if you have the person’s email address, you can send an anonymous, virtual breath mint from TheraBreath here.