Did you ever go out on a date and wished you were home watching TV and just relaxing because you had such a lousy time? Really, when you think about it, why shouldn't it be like this?
They want the same thing that you want so why play all these games and waste all this time.
The whole song, except for the chorus, are parts made up from the 1964 teen advice book Penny's Guide to Teen-Age Charm and Popularity, written by television actress Gloria Winters.
A hot man can become hideous, and an average-looking man can become the sexiest guy in the room.
The video was styled by Andrea Linett, a former editor at Sassy magazine, who went on to be the founding creative director of Lucky magazine.
The plot consisted of an attractive female cheerleader, taking the teacher's lesson on popularity literally; by two-timing two different football players behind each of their respective backs, under the notion that she deserves "every boy in the whole world" by following that teacher's "Teenage guide to popularity." Only in the video's ironic conclusion, is it revealed that the two players are actually friends and have both been with the attractive cheerleader.
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