'Full House' Fans Get Photobombed By John Stamos Without Realizing It (PHOTO)

OMG John Stamos. Nearly 30 years after Full House premiered and, I swear, the man is as ridiculously sexy as he was when he played Uncle Jesse. But, now, we've come to find out, he's also funny as hell. So, basically, a perfect human specimen. Stamos just posted a photo on his Instagram that shows him doing something hilarious ... at his old Full House house!


If you were a fan of the show, there's no doubt you remember the opening credits—the cheesy Everywhere You Look theme song, San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge, Stamos playing guitar, AND a shot of the famous "painted ladies" homes in Alamo Square.

Well, it turns out the Tanner house was in a slightly different location, in the Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood AND it's been painted since the '80s. But, hey, it's still standing for anyone who wants to visit and snap a few photos.

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If you are going to make a pilgrimage to the house, you should probably heed Stamos' advice though and turn the hell around!

Boy, these youngsters have 0.0 idea what they're missing. #Fullhousehouse. #TURNAROUND.

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Yep, he may look a little different in his dark glasses/cap/huge camera around the neck disguise, but that is no tourist. How cute is this?! I wonder if the "youngsters" really did turn around and, if so, whether they even realized that Uncle Jesse was standing behind them the entire time.

Hands down, this goes in the books as one of the best ways a celebrity can mess with us. Sarah Jessica Parker, the challenge is on. Pick a weekend, dress up in a tutu and your Manolos, and just sit on the front stoop of Carrie's apartment building from Sex and the City and wait.

Oh, the fun these celebs could have!

Do you think you would have recognized John Stamos? What would you have done if you saw him there?


Image via johnstamos/Instagram


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