What if you could capture, liquify, and bottle the essence of punk? Then you would be in the Sex Pistols: the most iconic band of British punk has teamed up with Fragrance and Beauty Limited to offer consumers a bold new fragrance that promises to "disregard aromatic conventions."
As is always the case when aromatic conventions are disregarded, there is protest. Snobby old-timers with ethics and a fractional sense of cultural history are already hating on the new perfume, which comes rebelliously packaged in what appears to be reused materials from a middle school girl's braces. But real punks like Johnny Rotten don't have to read a blog-dot-mom to know what the kids want. The disaffected youth of today will settle for no less than 50 milliliters of "unruly turbulence," "restless bite[s] of lemon," "in-your-face ambrette," and more amazing phrases from copywriters who tell their spouses that they work on the Old Spice account.
The "raunchy" new cosmetic product is exclusively sold online, a major bummer for anti-conformist shoplifters who aren't "adverse to create a little mayhem."