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    They look utterly disgusting and am scared of kissing him. I don't know how to explain it to him. yesterday they were actually bleeding. And he likes kissing me😐😐
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    They look utterly disgusting and am scared of kissing him. I don't know how to explain it to him. yesterday they were actually bleeding. And he likes kissing me😐😐
    Don't you think it's too early for this?
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    Get him some non scented lip balm, many men use it. He won't be offended and probably grateful (he may be too embarrassed to buy it himself? I'm sure he realises he has them)
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    I know but I just had to let it out
    (Original post by Psst.)
    Don't you think it's too early for this?
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    (Original post by Noodlzzz)
    Get him some non scented lip balm, many men use it. He won't be offended and probably grateful (he may be too embarrassed to buy it himself? I'm sure he realises he has them)
    I hope he doesn't get embarrassed because he has them all year round even during summer. It turns me off so much.
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    He should use a honey based lip balm. Honey is good for the lips
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    Put lots of lip balm on your lips and kiss him if he won't use it, or buy him the Carex stuff or blistex both are good, blistex is more of a week long thing as it is to help dry and chapped lips but Carex is good all year round
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    (Original post by Daniellaaa)
    He should use a honey based lip balm. Honey is good for the lips
    why
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    (Original post by runningoutoftime)
    Put lots of lip balm on your lips and kiss him if he won't use it, or buy him the Carex stuff or blistex both are good, blistex is more of a week long thing as it is to help dry and chapped lips but Carex is good all year round
    Lol I'm definitely doing that. Thank you so much
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    (Original post by K.C)
    why
    It has healing properties
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    (Original post by Daniellaaa)
    It has healing properties
    how
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    (Original post by K.C)
    how
    Whoah there! I don't know
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    (Original post by Daniellaaa)
    Whoah there! I don't know
    please baby no more parties in la
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    (Original post by K.C)
    please baby no more parties in la
    Okay boo xo
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    get him some vaseline to rub on his lips. e45 cream works well too
    both better than lip balm imho
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    Drink water, Exfoliate, Don't lick and the rest - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/1...n_2288214.html
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    (Original post by K.C)
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    It's a good disinfectant, owing to the antimicrobial stuff the bees put in it to stop it rotting in the hive.
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    You'll have to break up with him. It seems like the only option.
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    Ask him to use vaseline or some other ointment cream
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    (Original post by K.C)
    please baby no more parties in la
    shut up
 
 
 
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