‘She Didn’t De-Kleinschmidt!’ Twitter users come up with creative wedding hashtags after man apologizes ‘to my future wife’ for his clunky, hard-to-pun last name
- A woman tweeted about worrying that her ‘future husband’s last name [won’t] make a cute pun for our wedding hashtag’
- A young man named Steven Kleinschmidt, who is single, jokingly apologized to his future wife about his name
- Several Twitter users joined in to offer funny suggestions
Many brides and grooms come up with ‘wedding hashtags’ these days, offering suggested words guests can use to tag photos from the event so that the snaps easier to find after the I Do’s are said and done.
Most often, they’re plays on the newlyweds’ names, including puns about the bride becoming Mrs. So-and-So. But what happens when the groom’s last name is long, clunky, or seemingly impossible to make a pun out of?
One young man named Steven Kleinschmidt, a single college student who live sin Tennessee, was worried about just that, which is why dozens of strangers on the internet offered up their funny wedding hashtag services.
Uh-oh: A woman took to Twitter to share her worry that her husband wouldn’t have an easy name to make a wedding hashtag out of
Problem… A man whose last name is Kleinschmidt replied to jokingly apologize to his future wife
Too cute: Several other Twitter users chimed in with funny suggestions
They offered up #CommitToKleinschmit and #Kleinschmidt2Mineschmidt
Popular: The thread has gone viral after being liked thousands of times
See? The other Twitter users proved that even tricky names could be made into puns
Matchmaker? The young man (second from left) and his friends joked that he might find his future wife in the thread
The saga started when a woman named Grace Randles pondered what she would do if the man she married had a tricky last name that didn’t translate well into a hashtag.
‘What if my future husband’s last name doesn’t make a cute pun for our wedding hashtag…… like this is the stuff that keeps me up at night,’ she joked.
That’s when Steven Kleinschmidt realized that he would be delivering one woman that fate some date.
‘I wanna apologize now to my future wife,’ he wrote, referencing his own last name.
However, other people who came across the tweet were undeterred by the trickiness of ‘Kleinschmidt’. Suggestions started pouring in, from the actually-pretty-cute to the ridiculous.
A woman named Kennedy Kolb suggested the rhyming #CommitToKleinschmidt, another woman named Emma thought up #SheDidntDeKleinschmidt, and Landon Hunter Wade hilariously offered #holykleinschmidtweregettingmarried.