You’re as crisp as an apple.
So can I bob for your apples?
Your outfit’s crisp as an Autumn leaf.
You look cold. Want to use me as a blanket?
The only thing sweeter than cinnamon is you.
Just as the leaves fall, I’m falling for you.
I can wrap around you tighter than a blanket.
Wanna get some coffee? Cuz I like you a Latte.
Your kisses are snowflakes, send me a blizzard.
Do you like nutmeg? Because damn, you’re spicy.
You’re so gorgeous, I can hardly be-leaf my eyes.
Autumn is a time when death is golden and beautiful.
You make my cheeks turn as red as the autumn leaves.
Wanna go on a coffee date? Cause I like you a latte.
Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower
You make my cheeks blush more than this cold weather.
Is your name Autumn? Cause I think I’m falling for you.
Let’s play hide and seek. Come find me in the cornfield.
Blue eyed girls like autumn because it bring their eyes out.
You can call me winter, cause I’ll always come after Autumn ??
It’s a good thing I’m wearing gloves, you’re too hot to handle.
We’ll be raking it up while the oil companies are raking it in.
I didn’t know I was a snowman, but you just made my heart melt.
If money did grow on trees, autumn would be the best season ever!
I can give you a better PSL than Starbucks — pretty special lovin’.
“If you don’t like turkey, I’ve got another kind of meat you’d want.”
Sweater weather? As long as you’re around, things will surely heat up.
This autumn we can look forward to falling leaves and rising gas prices.
I thought it was the weather, but it’s actually you giving me the chills.
It’s so strange that autumn is so beautiful, but everything is really dying
It’s a good thing I wore my gloves today, otherwise you’d be too hot to handle.
Do you want to come over? You can sure lower my heating bill with your hotness.
“It’s a good thing I wore my gloves today; otherwise, you’d be too hot to handle.”
“If your left leg is Thanksgiving and your right leg is Christmas, can I visit you in between the holidays?”
On the first day of autumn (autumnal equinox), the number of hours of daylight and darkness are approximately equal.