Twitter to allow artist Stacked Like Pancakes to maintain full name with spaces

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These are odd times to be alive.

We live in trying and challenging times today. While we continue to experienced growing pains becoming a globalized society with vast advancements in science and technology, we still face severe and catastrophic worldly problems.

And first-world problems.

Stacked Like Pancakes is an artist from Baltimore, Maryland, modestly calling themselves the greatest brass-rock band in the world. In their ten years of existence, they've carried with them the dumbest band name in the history of band names with pride. A lot of pride. Too much pride.

Like most artists, Stacked Like Pancakes takes to the social media mogul Twitter as a way of connecting to their fans, dubbed the #PancakeNation. Tweets in 140 characters or less is no problem, but unfortunately for Stacked Like Pancakes, the artist currently suffers from a much shorter character limitation with their Twitter name (not to be confused with their Twitter handle, @SLPancakes).

Their Twitter name is as follows:

"StackedLikePancakes"

It is not confirmed whether Twitter set the character limit to hinder the artist deliberately. Twitter could not comment at this time, because we forgot to ask.

Stacked Like Pancakes took to Twitter to engage the #PancakeNation with the hashtag "#GiveUsSpace" to protest Twitter itself and fight for their two more characters to fulfill their band name in its entirety.

Please join us to support Stacked Like Pancakes in this David vs. Goliath endeavor to bring change to Twitter and allow them to appropriately connect with the #PancakeNation.

Thank you.



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