Slovenia – Moj Profil

Lea Sirk is back (after being back just a few weeks ago, I know.)

And this time, her song is back to form with a sassy feminist banger, Moj Profil.

In this video, Lea Sirk is a goddess (naturally) who manages to conjure to life an Adam-like figure and a bevy of beautiful women.

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And into this Eden, she introduces an apple (which may mean Lea Sirk is a snake? I’m losing track of my allusions here) which immediately throws them all out of paradise and into the present-day world. Except on a Slovenian beach, so still like a paradise.

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And because the women are sensible, they are more preoccupied with their smart phones than with the male representative. Just think about it – if you were transported from a garden with nothing but plants to a beach with a smartphone and a man, what would interest you the most? The smartphone, of course. It’s like the world’s knowledge in a tiny package that you can fit in your pocket!

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So Mr. Man is all miffed that the women are more interested in scrolling Tinder than looking at him but can you blame them? He’s very Downton Abbey Cousin Matthew (and don’t tell me that’s hot when we’ve got the Dan Stevens of now as a contrast. Watch The Guest and then get back to me.)

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Anyway, at the end of the video, the man has managed to find one woman willing to lie down next to him and stare vacantly into space while the rest of the women continue using their smartphones and taking highly-Instagrammable photos of themselves with each other so everyone is happy, I guess?

And Lea Sirk continues to look and sound amazing through the whole thing, serving as the omniscient benevolent being who has masterminded this whole affair, so she’s the real winner. Of course she is. She’s Lea Sirk!

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