Would you kiss someone who visibly has food particles stuck between their teeth?
For those who are dating, this questions have been pondered.
However the person probably doesn't know that it is something in there teeth. If they want you kiss them, and you want to kiss them back. If you are really into them just politely say, "sweeheart you have something between your teeth" say this before your kiss him. Let me tell you, we all come across the littlest things that make us look crazy at times. Really having something between are teeth it can happen to anybody. Yes I would kiss someone, but he would just have to remove the food particle from his teeth. That it.
I wouldn't kiss the face in the picture but would tell them they had food between their teeth. It is the least you can do to save them embarrassment.
A kiss is a kiss, but "Baby, you've got something on your teeth or got a booger hanging from your nose. Let me pick the lint off your sweater." This is no biggie if you are dating the person. (I hope you'll do the same for me).
The only guy I kiss is my current boyfriend and I would tell him in a nice way he has something and then give him a kiss.
I have no problem telling someone that have food in their teeth, a booger hanging from their nose or whatever other gross thing that is going on. Be HONEST with the person, no need to act like you didn't notice.
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