The weekend is here and Saturday is the right time to meet up with your pals, buddies and friends at Bacchus. Tuki and Andrew will start your afternoon off in the best way possible - bloody marys and $6 Jack. Don't forget to buy a mustache and support Movember! Later, the nighttime men of Bacchus (Brett, Luke, Malcolm, Chris and Shane) will be on hand to help you get into the groove of DJ Takai's beats. It's gonna be a good one. Don't miss it. Never a cover! Always fun!
Yesterday we talked about flirting and having nothing to lose. Today, we examine the flip side.
When you have a crush on someone…
you're giddy with hope for the future — and it's heartbreaking when you realize it won't work out. Maybe your crush is seeing someone else, or you just know that getting together is impossible. Letting go and moving on is a process, but you can do it if you're really determined to put your crush behind you and to move on.
When someone doesn't realize what is really happening or is not paying enough attention to events around them, you can tell them to wake up and smell the coffee.
If you're waking up in Honolulu, chances are, you're smelling Kona Coffee. :-)
To get over your crush:
- Don't confuse this with personal failure. The fact that you can't be with your crush has nothing to do with your inherent self-worth. Relationships don't work out for a multitude of reasons, and most of them are problems that can't be changed or improved. Some things are beyond your control.
- Accept the things about yourself that prevented them from having feelings for you. Heartbreak typically begins with denial, try to skip that stage. Accept that perhaps you just weren't compatible. Be open to correcting flaws in yourself if you want to improve your chances next time, but make sure not to confuse flaws with differences.
- Talk about it, then move on.
Brush yourself off, take a long hot shower then come to Bacchus ready for your next adventure with the next sexy one…
You never know who you'll meet at Bacchus! That's the joy of Hawaii! So many visitors and locals and the spirit of aloha. At Bacchus we want you to be comfortable; to be yourself. That's when you show your true colors and have the most fun. The real you is the most attractive you.
Join us today for a cocktail or two. Join us tomorrow for the GMCofH Beer Bust and our special Movember event afterward.
Three factors that contribute to the high price of Kona Coffee:
- The Kona Coffee Belt is 40 square miles. That makes Kona very rare. 1% of the coffee in the world is Kona Coffee.
- Kona Coffee grows 800-2500 feet up the side of the biggest active volcano in the world. On an island. And all the beans are picked by hand.
- When you buy 1 pound of Kona Coffee, it started as 8 lbs of fruit. One entire coffee tree yields about 15-16 pounds of cherry. Which means our pickers need to pick an entire tree, by hand, to make 2 lbs of roasted Kona Coffee.