How to Handle a Crush


A crush is a form of infatuation, an intense but usually short-lived infatuation with someone or something. It is often triggered by someone’s attractiveness, intelligence, status or personality traits. The person may be a family member, friend or coworker. Having a crush can be very exciting, but it is also difficult. It can be hard to tell if your crush likes you back. It is important to know how to handle a crush properly.

In the United States, Crush is a brand of fruit-flavored soft drinks made by PepsiCo. The soda is available in several flavors, including Orange, Strawberry, Grape, Watermelon and Zero Sugar Orange. It is sold in bottles and cans. Crush is a popular drink at bars, restaurants and beaches. The soda is also known as a Crushsicle.

The origin of crush is uncertain, but it is believed to have been derived from the verb to crush. It may have originally meant to pulverize or smash something, as in to crush an apple or to crush an ice cream cone. By the late 19th century, crush had come to mean an intense, but typically short-lived infatuation. It was a common expression in young children and teenagers, especially during the teenage years when it is common to develop a crush on someone.

Teenage years are some of the most magical, as well as confusing times in life. They are the time when you first start to have crushes on boys and girls. Having a crush on someone during this time is the most amazing experience ever. However, it can be difficult because you might get embarrassed when you go to school or hang out with them.

When a crush happens in a committed relationship, it is common and doesn’t necessarily mean that there is anything wrong with the current relationship. People often find that they hope their crush can offer things that are missing from their current relationship, such as romance or adventure. If this is the case, it is important to evaluate the relationship and decide whether a change is needed.

While the premise of Crush could have easily led to the type of tame, candy-colored spin on young love seen on the Disney Channel, it instead opts for a more realistic depiction of the world of casual sex, drugs and ubiquitous social media that real teens live in. Directed by Sammi Cohen, the film stars Rowan Blanchard as Paige, an aspiring artist who develops a crush on a classmate.

The popularity of the crush has caused many Ocean City businesses to add it to their menus, and some even have dedicated Crush servers. For three summers, the anonymous taste-tester behind the Twitter account @The_OrangeCrush has been patronizing Ocean City restaurants in a self-guided Crush Tour, ordering the drink in more than 50 different venues in search of the best version. The secret to a good one is consistency, says the bartender at Bad Decisions in Fell’s Point, which has embraced the drink by featuring it on its cocktail menu.