The Five's Hilarious Debate: Can Men and Women Be 'Just Friends'?
This is bound to be one of your favorite videos of the day, folks. Leave it to The Five to take a new psychology study and make it their own. In a recent article, researchers found that men are more likely to be attracted to female friends as opposed to women, who have much less of a desire to date them their opposite-sex counterparts.
A disbelieving Andrea Tantaros took
the topic to Times Square to ask folks on the street for their own opinions, and what she got was a bit of a mixed bag. But one thread ran throughout -- the chances for a platonic guy-girl relationship are slim, ladies and gents.
According to Andrea, the path a "friendship" takes ultimately depends on the woman, whom she says controls the relationship. As for Greg ... "If I'd have married my best friend, I would have married a 300-pound guy named Mike..." We'd have loved to see the wedding photos for those nuptials, Greg.
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"Men are attracted to women, and women like to think it can be platonic but trust me, the guy who's friends with you now is thinking about it all the time," Gutfeld said later.
Kimberly countered that she has a lot of guy friends, but backed down a little, saying that at the end of the day, "I don't know what's in their innermost thoughts." Don't worry, Bob Beckel informed her.
Watch the antics from today's show: