Someone explained the perfume bottle with the Bernoulli effect: squeezing the bulb over the fluid creates a low pressure area due to the higher speed of the air, which subsequently draws the fluid up. This is illustrated in the following figure.
My question is: as shown in the figure, in this pipeline system, because the pipeline at the position of P2 is narrow, the fluid should accelerate, the pressure difference is the cause of acceleration, so the pressure of P1 must be greater than p2, and P2 must be greater than atmospheric pressure (p3), so the high speed can not make the pressure lower than atmospheric pressure, so the liquid level in the vertical pipeline can not be raised.
My explanation is: The air is viscous, so when air flows horizontally, it will take away the air of the vertical pipe, so the pressure of the vertical pipe decreases, so the liquid level of the vertical pipe will rise. This is illustrated in the following figure.
Is my explanation right, or is someone's explanation right?