Life in plastic is fantastic

This song symbolizes privileged but intrinsically flawed lifestyle of the bourgeose class, built on lies, broken promises, and the systematic oppression of the proletariot. This is best illustrated by the line, “Life in plastic is fantastic,” which indicated that the “good life” enjoyed by the privileged few is a flimsy, manufactured, “plastic” facade built upon the bruised backs of the working class.

“You can brush my hair, undress me everywhere” is indicative of the oppressors’ perception that the lower classes exist only to serve them — in this case, by brushing their hair and undressing them — and the tone of the song suggests, disturbingly, that these de facto slaves should be grateful for the opportunity to perform such servile tasks

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