Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson are back to making you nauseous with more relationship sappiness. These two… I hope they get a Newlyweds-type series after they get married but before they get divorced. I wonder what their chicken of the sea moment will be? Perhaps something involving Ariana and her lack of understanding regarding pants? The newest information about their relationship that we don’t need to know but will be informed about regardless is that Ariana may have been inspired by Pete when she created her newest perfume, a fragrance called Cloud. It should be called Youthful Delusion if it’s inspired by their relationship.
Ariana announced the release of the new fragrance on Thursday, and Page Six is saying her new fiancé is part of the scent-influence. Gotta say, I wish I could inspire people but I don’t know if I want my inspiration to be scent-related… The evidence they present is pretty substantial (fully a reach). First we have their phone cases. Both Ariana and Pete love cloud phone cases:
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Next point of evidence: Instagram. Both Pete and Ariana use cloud emojis when mentioning each other.
Emojis are a very important factor when analyzing the thought patterns of 24-year-olds. And finally there’s the fact that the fragrance features notes of juicy pear which can only be seen as a reference to the pear-shaped engagement ring he bought her. Truly some damning evidence. The fragrance will be out in September and will likely sell a shit-ton and make Ariana even more money in her $150 million perfume-empire. Goddamn, $150 million? I need to get famous so I can sell people some motherfucking smells.
I’m going to go ahead and assume Cloud perfume will not smell like a post-pubescent straight boy. If Pete Davidson really did inspire this fragrance it would actually smell like: weed, Gatorade, last night’s chicken parmesan, Ariana Grande’s personal perfume rubbed against him but faded from three hours ago, personal lubricant, dirty sneakers and watermelon-scented vape pen smoke. Which doesn’t sound terrible but I just don’t see it being a high-seller.