Gorgeous and Glamorous.
Subsequent lack of follow up makes the think that connection is cursory, but it was still a delightful thing to note. The rest of the MV, while not tying itself to Greek Mythology, still has a beautiful string of visuals that correlate the relationship to self-destructive over-indulgence. It's a lovely little plot line that connects well to the lyrics. I LOVE the choreography (enjoy most choreo that involves chairs and props, but this is special). It ties well to the lyrics in that the guys are looking at the next girl over while one is paying them attention: when the guy was in a relationship with the female narrator, he was already looking ahead to the next girl he'd get which caused him to ignore the one he had (grass is always greener style). Additionally, the choreo uses levels well, having the girls at different heights, standing or sitting, on the chairs or off, in an asymmetric arrangement that played with every theory of visual interest in the books. And the whole leg-swish thing is just plain fun (as well as being hella hot).
I also like how the lyrics acknowledge that the girl in the story is still heartbroken, but that she's not going to let her pitiful ex-temp her back into a relationship that she knows isn't good for her. It's a unique take on a post-break-up song an I highly approve. The lyrics are set nicely within the melody and the track, while being rather simple, is quite pleasant. It has enough harmonic complexity and enough decorative elements to keep it interesting. The vocal melody is catchy and it evolves well enough to more than cover for the backing track. I really like it.