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An artist named Jeanette Paras in Ohio has created a 399-pound Taylor Swift pumpkin appropriately named "Taylor SwiftKin."
It even had a Travis Kelce "NPL," or National Pumpkin League, tie-in.
That big-ass pumpkin, obviously, went viral:
— The Swift Society (@TheSwiftSociety) October 25, 2023
And personally, I think the reactions are the best part.
The jokes practically wrote themselves.
This person said it looks like she ate the chewing gum at Willy Wonka's chocolate factory.
omg she ate the chewing gum at Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory https://t.co/sLYtlkv6EK
— Trenton Ryder (@trendsryder) October 25, 2023
This person said it was the most terrifying thing they've seen this Halloween season.
this is the most terrifying thing I’ve seen all spooky season https://t.co/t0PTCoWoJL
— trippie hippie (@OGTRIPPIEHIPPIE) October 25, 2023
Personally, I agree with this person who said it still looks more accurate than her wax figures.
still looks more accurate than her wax figures https://t.co/AGAiPwW5Mq
— ashlyn⸆⸉🏻 (@wildxstdreamss) October 25, 2023
It's all in good fun.
“taylor swift pumpkin cant hurt u”taylor swift pumpkin: https://t.co/HUibwuIIoT
— jessie (@antidearo) October 25, 2023
Paras Pumpkins/ Twitter: @antidearo
I, for one, love the fake hair on top.
is the fake hair on top counted in the weight? https://t.co/hdPd2h9R1m
— m ☾︎ (@mailboxforlove) October 25, 2023
Kudos to this artist for giving us the 399-pound Taylor Swift pumpkin I never knew I needed.
I hope she just kind of lets it rot, because I'd like to see what it looks like around Thanksgiving.
Imagine walking through your neighborhood and seeing this staring back at you from a porch 👁️👄👁️ https://t.co/vrip04d5kw
— Chris (@Hancholo96) October 25, 2023
“you better not be a 399 pound pumpkin when I get home”me: https://t.co/kBNrMGxUN8
— elena 🧸 (@elenakellow) October 25, 2023