Horse's Mouth

You'd expect Marlon Brando's new autobiography, Brando: Songs My Mother Taught Me, to have a lot to say about acting and politics. You wouldn't expect it to have a lot to say about oral hygiene:

"When my mother drank, her breath had a sweetness that I lack the vocabulary to describe ... As I got older, occasionally I would find myself with a woman whose breath had that sweetness that still defies description. I was always sexually aroused by the smell."

"I don't know its chemical composition but her ((Brando's Danish governess Ermi)) breath was sweet, like crushed and slightly fermented...

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