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The Kiss Quotient Symbols & Objects

Helen Hoang
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Red boxers

The red checkered boxers Stella buys for Michael symbolizes their mutual love for each other. Stella has turned love into an economical equation, believing women buy underwear for those they love. She decides that if Michael wears the underwear she buys him and stops buying his own it means he loves her back.

Cologne

Cologne symbolizes Stella’s sensitivities due to Asperger’s syndrome. When booking Michael, she specifically tells him not to wear cologne. The cologne of other men makes her nauseous and reminds her of her previous disappointing sexual encounters.

Michael’s car

Michael’s car symbolizes Michaels history with other women to Stella. She is jealous that he still uses the car gifted to him and wants to buy him a new one.

Mint chip ice cream

Mint chip ice cream symbolizes Stella’s obsessive preference for one thing over the other...

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