Some people believe fall doesn’t start until September 22nd, meanwhile others (ahem..me) are ready for fall the minute the clock strikes 12:00AM on September 1st. Regardless of which side you fall on, I think we can all agree that fall is the best of all the seasons. You get to wear sweaters that hide the fact that you’re eating carbs like it’s your job, and you can finally throw away your razor and forget about shaving until May. Not to mention, it’s cold but not freeze your nose off cold. More like, “throw on an infinity scarf and drink a pumpkin spice latte while you watch the leaves change color and wait for your crockpot of chili to finish cooking” cold. It’s glorious. < Cue the singing angels >
After an entire summer of 100-degree days, I am ready to see temperatures dip into the 60s while I get lost in a maze of corn on my way to the apple orchard. Giddy-up!
FALL HERE WE COME
— JSTJosh (@JoshJST) September 1, 2018
It’s like doing a rain dance, this woman is clearly attempting to summon the colder weather and encourage fall to hurry up and get here. Not all heroes wear capes.
It’s 94° outside
Wife: lights fall scented candle
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) August 31, 2018
Pumpkin spice everything. Give the people, and our four-legged friends, what they want.
The pet store had pumpkin spice bones. Good cuz previously my dog could not even.
— Mary (@AnniemuMary) September 22, 2017
If you’re not celebrating the last day of summer with a raging bonfire, you’re doing it wrong.
Them: Tomorrow's the last day of summer, what are you doing?
Me: Having a bonfire to burn my razor and swimsuits.
— MyQuestionableLife (@2questionable) September 21, 2017
Everyone knows the winter body requires serious dedication and intense preparation. If you don’t start double fisting donuts in September there’s no way you’ll be ready for December. Don’t let this happen to you.
Thankful it's almost fall so I can start getting my winter body ready.
— Ramblin Mama (@ramblinma) August 7, 2016
At the stroke of midnight everything must be decorated in coordinated fall themes, including hand towels that no one’s allowed to use for drying their hands. They’re for decoration only, you monsters.
Well we've officially entered into Fall. Or as my husband should start calling it: "season of wife's decorative hand towels."
— Jennifer S. White (@yenniwhite) September 26, 2016
‘Tis the season to stay in your pjs all day long while shopping online. I don’t make the rules, I just follow them and you should too.
On crisp fall mornings like this I love to curl up with a hot cup of coffee and accumulate credit card debt
— Sweatpants Cher (@House_Feminist) October 15, 2017
Fall is the best season. We don’t even need to take a poll because it would be a waste of time.
best seasons ranked:
1. it’s fall it’s always fall do not say summer or i will murder you
— kim 🎃 (@KimmyMonte) September 1, 2018
Some people love candy corn and other people have no taste buds. Show your commitment to the season by gorging on at least six bags.
You: ahh, September 2nd…Fall will be here before you know it
Me: *has already eaten 6 bags of candy corn*
— Ygrene (@Ygrene) September 2, 2018
Fall is a special time of the year when all the parents get to send their kids back to school. This is why it’s everyone’s favorite season, of course.
It’s FAAAAAAALLLLLL people. IDGAF if you pumpkin spice my coffee, my steak, or my effing underwear as long as my kids get on that bus and go to school every day.
— Scary Mommy (@ScaryMommy) August 17, 2018
Are we all having fun yet?! But seriously, at least the screaming and crying is taking place in cooler weather and the surroundings are just…lovely.
These pictures of my kids at the pumpkin patch look like a lot of screaming and crying, but in an Autumn setting.
— Mommy Cusses (@mommy_cusses) October 7, 2017