Welcome one and all to Pumpkin Spice Season. It's the season no one ever asked for, but here we are stuck with it anyway. Instagram girls unite with joy over the official drink of the "gram," the pumpkin spice latte. I am not going to limit this list to just food items because there are some pumpkin spice products out there that will really make you question humanity.

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    Pumpkin Spice Spam

    Let's go from 0-100 on the first one. It was announced that Spam would be releasing a pumpkin spice flavor. Why? Honestly, there is no good answer to that question. The product no on asked for will be released as a limited edition product on September 23rd.

    Spam.com
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    Pumpkin Spice Cleaning Products

    I am metaphorically rubbing my temples right now while shaking my head. I would actually rub my temples, but I need my hands to type. Mrs. Meyers came out with a kitchen basics set that included pumpkin-scented hand soap, dish soap, and multi-surface cleaner.

    Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day via Amazon.com
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    Pumpkin Spice Shave Soap

    Men, don't feel left out with the pumpkin spice craze. A Maryland based company, Uncle Jon's, has created a pumpkin spice shave soap that, "...features notes of pumpkin, clove, vanilla, and allspice that will remind you of coffee shops in the fall."

    unclejonssoap.com
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    Pumpkin Spice Dog Dental Treats

    Dogs have their own Instagram accounts so it makes sense that they would have their own pumpkin spice treat right? GREENIES has given those Instagram model dogs the pumpkin spice they need for those fall likes.

    greenies.com
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    Pumpkin Spice Gum

    Luckily, it looks like this pumpkin spice gum has come and gone. That doesn't mean other brands haven't followed suit and created their very own. Can we just stop this madness, please?

    via Amazon.com
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    HONORABLE MENTION: Pumpkin Spice Pringles

    I had to add a bonus honorable mention to this list. A few years ago Pringles came out with a pumpkin pie spice chip. However, after some diligent research, it appears that these were available in the UK only. Every ad I found refers to them as "crisps."

    via Amazon.com