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Chocolate Ibrahim
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This will be very weird and uncomfortable. But if you really care about the person, you have to tell them.

You must do it in the nicest way possible. Tell them not to be offended by what you have to say and that you mean well that’s why you are doing it. Make the person comfortable, do not sound judgemental and then spill.

Linda Mansfield
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If it’s someone close to me I have no problem telling them because I don’t want my family members being talked about behind their backs. It’s more difficult if it’s someone I don’t know very well because I run the risk of offending them.

Angie Ashworth
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First off, you have to gauge the sort of relationship you have with that person and how it’s likely to affect them. If you are comfortable with telling them, then be very careful how you phrase your words so they know you’re telling them because you care not to mock them. You could maybe even buy them a deodorant as a gift. I’ve heard of people who do wash but have never known to use anti-perspirant sad

Georgian Mogaha
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what is the posibility of telling some one that he or she has a offensive body odour, is very much, you can tell the people privately.

Emmanuel oloyede
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This is a difficult thing to do or tell someone, they may feel insulted, I will just start the conversation by telling them, if they have tried a particular product of a perfume before and if they say no, I could just tease by saying and if you can try using the perfume it will look good on you. Just to avoid them be embarrassed.

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