A unisex perfume is not something that we see/smell very often. Sure, a girl can wear her boyfriend’s cologne and maybe that’s sort of sexy if you’re into girls who smell like dudes who like cologne. A guy could wear his wife’s perfume to cover up the scent of his mistress’s perfume. These things happen. But a truly unisex perfume? This I gotta hear described in an awkwardly sensual-ish manner by two people whom I know very little about!
“The bond between two souls is truly unbreakable.” I think what we’re getting at is if you wear this perfume, you will never be able to break up with your signficant other. Them’s the rules with the unisex perfume. Your souls are now united, sooooorrry. But, good news, you totally smell like each other! So that’s…weird. If you do break the Unbreakable rules and break up, you’ll have to divide not only your friends and favorite places to go, but you’ll have to decide who gets the perfume. “OK, I get Whole Foods on Houston, Jessie was my friend first so I get to hang out with her and you can take Unbreakable. No, I insist. It’s the least I can do.”
It is really too bad that this perfume did not launch around the same time that M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable came out. That would have been some great cross promotion/a new twist ending. Bruce Willis survived the train wreck not because he was a super hero, but because he was wearing Unbreakable.