John Stamos might be cool with fans critiquing his performances, but don’t expect a pass for a harmless spelling error. The entertainer on Friday admitted he blocked a few people on Twitter after they slammed him over misspelling a word. The knee jerk response has everyone giggling as John Stamos' error on Twitter was definitely accidental, but the response was so over the top.
“I love Twitter -it allows us all to share how we're feeling, what we're going through- but i refuse to be corrected when I’m opening my heart,” tweeted John Stamos from his official Twitter account on Friday. He was responding to those folks who were shocked at the decision to block a few people on line. “BTW - I NEVER block anyone -- but when I get **it about spelling and grammar ... GOODBYE !!”
So what word made everyone upset with John Stamos? That was the word “New Zealand.” As everyone knows those mini keyboards and auto correct features of cell phones can cause havoc, and this misspelling got sent before it could be corrected. It appeared to be an honest accident and was corrected almost immediately. Yet, misspelling a country appears to be one of the worse offenses ever (in the eyes of the Twitter world anyway.)
John Stamos isn't the only star that got slammed for accidentally misspelling a word. The online word cops have nailed other celebrities in 2013. There are no shortage of fans who want to be critics and give everyone a lecture. The question is how do those people find the time to offer the unsolicited advice? And would everyone be so harsh if John Stamos misspelled a word with his shirt off? Somebody tweet John Stamos and let's find out!