If you are going to be around people today you owe it to them, and to yourself, to make sure your breath is fresh. This is not a new concept. We tend to think that odors were ignored in the old days, after all people didn’t bathe as much and deodorant wasn’t even heard of. Washing clothes was done only as required to keep the dirt from preventing someone to wear them and soaps were hard to come by if available at all. But keeping your breath fresh dates back to 2,700 BC, which seems a little odd considering everything else. However fresh breath normally means a healthy person so maybe even back then fresh breath was important.
How to celebrate – Make sure your breath is fresh. Practice oral hygiene. Smile.