Yes, that's right, pumpkin spice season has officially started! If you're finding yourself gravitating towards the smell of pumpkin spice and are starting to feel warm and cozy on the inside, you're not alone.

Researchers with the Dynamic Perception Lab at Johns Hopkins University, have looked at how the brain responds to the smell of pumpkin spice. They explain that  catching the smell of pumpkin spice-flavored foods and drinks can trigger memories and emotions that go deep. Which would explain why some men are attracted to the smell of pumpkin spice, so if you're looking for a man this cuffing season- listen up!

If you're not familiar with cuffing season, it's real simple; it officially starts on November first and ends just before or after Valentine's day. According to Hinge, this is the time of year when men and women are more likely to be looking for a relationship, you know, someone to keep you warm during the cold winter season. Think of it like the pumpkin spice latte of relationships. Which comes in handy because according to Dr. Alan Hirsch Director of Chicago's Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Center the smell of pumpkin pie basically stimulates arousal in men.

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I decided to give it a try. If you haven't already seen my previous video of me saying "hello" to fall, you can do so here. As you can see, I got pumpkin spice latte all over me! With the smell of pumpkin spice emanating from me, I stood and waited. Unfortunately for me, I kind of forgot that the smell attracts ALL men and got a surprise at the end..

SPOOKY GOOD: 2019 KLAQ Halloween Parade

For 2019, KLAQ's Halloween parade brought out Tony the Tiger to be the Grand Marshal. As for the Buzz Adams Morning Show, they dressed up and drove around as The Wizard of Oz but zombie style. Thank you to everyone who came out to the parade and make it a spooky good time.

 

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