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10 Fall Date Ideas That'll Pumpkin Spice Up Your Relationship

It's the perfect season to FALL in love.

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10 Fall Date Ideas That'll Pumpkin Spice Up Your Relationship

With summer coming quickly to an end, that means fall is right around the corner. The fall/winter season is known to a lot of students as, "cuffing season." So if you plan on being cuffed up, you might want to go on some themed dates. Maybe you'll find actual love or maybe you'll just ditch them after the season is over. But either way, everyone can have fun on these 10 simple dates, plus they make great opportunities for amazing photos.

1. Apple picking.

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2. Pumpkin picking.

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3.  Pumpkin carving...painting.

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I came. I saw. I destroyed a perfectly good pumpkin.

4. Bake/make fall desserts.

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Bake: apple pie and pumpkin pie.

Make: pumpkin seeds, caramel apples, and caramel corn.

5. Corn maze.

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6. Haunted attraction.

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7. Jack-O-Lantern Festival.

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8. Watch all your favorite Halloween movies.

Click here for 23 of the best!

9. Go hiking to enjoy the scenery, and the leafs changing color.

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10. Pick the last of the sunflowers.

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Yes there are red sunflowers, and yes I HAD TO pick it for myself lol.

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