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What's the best way to get the smell of alcohol out of your breath?

Asked by teejay0514 (285points) October 10th, 2008 from iPhone

Just wondering…any suggestions?

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Sueanne_Tremendous's avatar

Well, breath alcohol is not a problem. A piece of gum or listerene will do it. Now, if you are talking about alcohol breath, as in the breath of one who has been drinking all night, you have a whole nother problem on your hands. My advice, as a salesperson who has to take clienst out one day and be ready for another client the next: V 8 Juice. Before bed. When you wake up. After you brush. And I am talking a lot. Two quarts. No lie. You might feel better too.

MacBean's avatar

Don’t drink enough to smell like a bar in the first place? That’s always worked pretty well for me.

AstroChuck's avatar

Turpentine or gasoline should kill the smell.

JackAdams's avatar

And the person producing the smell.

AstroChuck's avatar

A small technicality.

sshonkoff's avatar

See’s Lollipops…Kathy says so.

basp's avatar

I agree with macbean. Don’t drink enough to get alcohol breath in the first place.

autumn43's avatar

Two loaves of white bread, a banana, three saltines, six cans of tomato soup, four Nestle crunch bars, and a pickle.

autumn43's avatar

OOOPS – forgot! And brush your teeth and tongue! :D

PupnTaco's avatar

Go back in time and don’t drink so much.

chyna's avatar

Pnut butter or halls cough drops.

bodyhead's avatar

Eat mustard.

nikipedia's avatar

What’s with all the ethanol hate?

loser's avatar

Try that new Mentos mint gum. That stuff will practically sterilize your mouth!

autumn43's avatar

I don’t hate alcohol, nikipedia. That just reminds me of when I had had a little too much to drink and there were many offerings made to me to make me feel better. In the end, I ate some things, got rid of some things (the hard way….) and brushed my teeth and felt better!

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