This dude thought his last name wouldn't work for a wedding hashtag. Twitter proved him wrong.

This dude thought his last name wouldn't work for a wedding hashtag. Twitter proved him wrong.
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In this day and age, you simply cannot get married without an adorable, punny wedding hashtag that plays on one or both of the parties' last names. When student Steven Kleinschmidt recently expressed fear that his last name was unsuitable for the hashtag tradition, the good people of Twitter came through for him.

It all started on Friday, when Twitter user @gracerandals opened up about a MAJOR fear of hers - that her future husband may have a last name that makes an adorable wedding pun hashtag impossible.

Kleinschmidt retweeted her, adding the comment "I wanna apologize now to my future wife."

Kleinschmidt apparently thought that there was no way an adorable, punny hashtag could be created using his last name, but the internet disagreed.

His tweet went viral, and soon Twitter users everywhere were chiming in with suggestions for a Kleinschmidt wedding hashtag.

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Seriously, so many options!

Kleinschmidt told Buzzfeed that all the hashtag suggestions have "been very entertaining" to read. He's most drawn to the ones that play on the word "smitten."

"Everything else was clever but nothing you'd really use for a wedding hashtag," he told Buzzfeed.

Even if Kleinschmidt didn't end up using their hashtag suggestions, a lot of people were rooting for him to meet the future Mrs. Kleinschmidt as a result of the now-viral Twitter thread.

One person even volunteered.

Kleinschmidt, who is indeed single, told Buzzfeed that since his tweet went viral, a "few people" have slid into his DMs, but that no dates have been officially scheduled.

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