Bonne Bell Bottled Emotion perfumes from the 80s’ afterbirth known as the 90s!
Bottled Emotion perfumes were pooted out sometime in the 90s and they were these little bottles of scents that came in different “emotions” like “crazy,” “mellow,” “flirty,” “shy,” “playful” and “frantic.” Bottled Emotion perfumes were like the tarnished, busted plastic Barbie earring to The Gap Scents’ rare diamond. In other words, they were cheaper. In the 90s, a friend of a friend told me that she used Bottle Emotion perfumes as her “daytime scents” and The Gap Scents were her “nighttime scents.” If only the phrase THIS BITCH existed in the 90s. Girls were supposed to try to match the Bottled Emotion scent to their actual mood. That fine fragrance connoisseur who told me that Bottled Emotion was her daytime scent took that all the way. One time I watched and smelled her spray herself with at least three different kind of “emotions” in the span of 30 minutes. Bitch was flirty, then she was shy, then she was mellow. Oh, Bonne Bell Bottled Emotion: The easy way to tell those around you, “I am bi-polar AND schizophrenic.”