If you caught your partner picking their nose and eating it would you stay with them?
If you caught your partner picking their nose and eating it would you stay with them even if you were married?
Ewww. Gross, but yeah, I would stay with him. There isn't much he could do to make me leave him (unless it was immoral or something). Haha.
I highly doubt most people would file for a divorce over something like this. Now if this was at the beginng of a new relationship or a first date... I imagine the vast majority of people would walk or run away.
That's probably a dealbreaker (in fact, I have a hub on dealbreakers!). They will expect you to kiss that mouth, so it'll be like you're eating them, too. Yuck!
On a first date that would be a deal breaker. It would be a tough one later on but not a deal breaker. Can i insist upon a good toothbrushing before the next kiss.
this is awesome! I would hit him with a pillow and then make him rinse his mouth with Listerine. And then I would post it in Facebook!!
Yeah....absolutely-NOT! The interesting thing about this question is the fact that you "caught" them. The logical question here should be, "How long have they really been exhibiting that behavior?". If it was dating or even marriage, how many times have you kissed this person in the mouth, and let that person kiss you other places. These are the things that make you go hmmm...and yuck, and wash your body with something anti-bacterial!
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