Well . . . that was five steps backwards . . .
Honestly, I think it's almost a fun little dig at the idea of the male-fear of feminazis. Now, I don't really agree with the idea of feminazis as a whole, but I have dated a guy that was horrifyingly frustrating in terms of bridging the gap between cuddles and more because he'd been well-trained by the rather exuberant feminists on campus into the chastity that results from never touching a girl unless she SAYS she wants you to, and therefore this struck a certain chord with me. However, I don't like that these girls just left it at that. At one point they say they aren't going to wait forever, but their give-up-and-go moment is actually to leave, not just to take matters into their own hands. I think they could have had a break in the song, somewhere around the bridge, and have one of them corner their guy and outright say, "I love you. Please kiss me?" or something of that ilk. And then when the guy does kiss her, the chorus could come back in full swing and he could be following her instructions, looking at her legs and whatnot. I think that would have made it much cuter as a whole, and much less objectionable to my feminist feels.
I think this song was meant to be equally funny and super sexy, so I'm sad that it didn't really come across that way. I love most of the choreography, especially the spread of legs and skirts before each chorus. All in all it could have been a great MV. I love that they performed this for the Troops, it's a song designed to be anything but innocent in a way that I can totally see soldiers very much appreciating.
Aside from that, the song is fun. It's energetic and sweet and very smoothe. The longer notes contrast well with the clipped pacing and fast beat. The melodic bouncing about in the chorus is fun to sing and, of course, to groove to. It's nothing spectacular, but it has certain parallels to their older stuff (their good older stuff, I should clarify), and that makes me happy.