Plain White T's, Far East Movement, Parachute Offer Relationship Advice

07/08/2013
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(Radio.com) Radio.com asked a few musicians some relationship questions on budding summer romances. The guys from Far East Movement, Plain White T's, Parachute and Drop City Yacht Club all weighed in and some of their answers may surprise you.

Our first question, "Do guys prefer it when a woman asks them out?," received a unanimous yes from every band member.
"It's 2013," Far East Movement's Prohgress asserted. "In Sweden, women are way more upfront with the way they feel. They buy you drinks. I enjoyed it."

While each member of Far East Movement were all for being asked out, Kev Nish said it does put them in a weird position. "What if you're not feeling her and she's doing all this for you? Now we know how girls feel when you put mad dough down and they're not feeling you."

Plain White T's Tom Higgenson and Drop City Yacht Club's A Wolf shared the same belief. "They should do it all the time," Higgenson urged. "Please ask me out. Anyone. If you see me at the bar, come talk to me."

While A Wolf confessed, "I actually prefer that. Guys don't like rejection. We would much rather be asked out."

While all the bands agreed on the topic of girls asking guys out, they were divided on whether you should tell your best friend you have a crush on them. Parachute's Will Anderson learned the hard way that being that honest sometimes has its disadvantages.

"I've done that before and it backfired," he admitted. "I told one of my best friends that I really like her and she told me she viewed me like a brother. So that was that." more including video.

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Copyright Radio.com/CBS Local - Excerpted here with permission.

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