Hey, it happens, and Sweethearts Candy is here for anyone dating several people at once. Maybe you met someone in Boston that you're into, but not ready for a full commitment because you have a cool thing going with someone else in Portsmouth, and even have a third potential partner in Portland.

This is New England after all, where we can get to several cities and states quickly, so here's the candy for you. Let's just hope the person you're dating understands this isn't a relationship, but a 'situationship.'

Yes, if you're in that blurry stage of your relationship or relationships, these candies have wording misprints that are hard to read.

According to the Delish website, the Sweethearts box is filled with the signature heart-shaped candies. However, instead of cute messages like "Be Mine" or "Forever Yours", these hearts are the ones with misprints that often turn out blurry.

Sweethearts Candies via Instagram
Sweethearts Candies via Instagram

In case you're not up on the dating lingo, a 'situationship' is basically when you don't know what to call whatever you're doing yet. The Healthline website defines it as a romantic relationship that’s undefined or uncommitted, and is often based on convenience or short-term circumstances.

I'm sure you've heard of friends with benefits. Well, this is the next step in the evolution of a relationship, because it's not just about hooking up, but having an emotional connection.

It's these types of relationships with a lack of consistency that Sweethearts Candies is focusing on with its latest conversation heart candies.

According to Delish, pop culture played a role in the creation of 'situationship' hearts.

Singles are taking 'situationships' to the next level this year, and Sweethearts is here for them. The printing on Sweethearts isn't always perfect. This is our way of embracing those imperfections in a way that taps into pop culture.

They're pop culture playful, for sure. Click here to buy them.

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