If you thought pumpkin spice insanity was limited to pretentious lattes, think again. That odious invention of man has infiltrated everything from beverages to food to even inedible items beyond our wildest imaginations. Did you know there could be pumpkin spice animals? Or architecture? What about hairstyles or arts and crafts inspired by the cloying autumnal spice?
Twitter is keeping tabs on how far the pumpkin spice trend will go, and since we’re keeping tabs on what everyone is talking about on social media, we figured: why not round up the most outrageous, weird, and unexpected ways pumpkin spice is taking over everything on the internet and IRL?
Without further ado, here are some of the weirdest pumpkin spice things that you absolutely should not eat (if you know what’s good for you).
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Pumpkin spice limestone pic.twitter.com/yANwR036Ta
— Empire State Building (@EmpireStateBldg) September 12, 2022
ITS PUMPKIN SPICE GATOR SEASON pic.twitter.com/mPVdhZ0cjJ
— Gators Daily (@GatorsDaily) September 8, 2022
Pumpkin spice the corn snake pic.twitter.com/kQOL1z4x1Y
— Hourly Snakes (@SnakeHour) September 12, 2022
I love pumpkin spice but this is not how I would like it. pic.twitter.com/DHAj2DX8Q0
— Cindy Lou (@CindyMinor1958) September 11, 2022
Pumpkin spice Beans pic.twitter.com/WeUXmutFvT
— (@ferretposting) September 8, 2022
It’s Pumpkin Spice season. pic.twitter.com/CMnbJRkh4F
— Steve YONKO (@SteveYurko) September 12, 2022
Mmm, Pumpkin Spice Moon. pic.twitter.com/goJVPfhXer
— The Hoarse Whisperer (@TheRealHoarse) September 10, 2022
How to give your dog a Pumpkin Spice Latte massage pic.twitter.com/vcXsElN9L3
— Doug The Pug (@itsdougthepug) September 4, 2022
My hair is autumn-colored and pumpkin-spice flavored. pic.twitter.com/WIehMWUuQM
— Naomi (@naomipieX) September 13, 2022