Bob Saget Honors John Stamos' Birthday with 'Manliest' Pic of Them Cuddling Together in Bed
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Stamos may have turned 56 years old on Monday but he remains as timeless and ageless as ever!

Bob Saget paid tribute to his on-screen collaborator for many years now, John Stamos, with a touching picture of the two of them together ... in bed.

The throwback image of the "Full House" co-stars sees them wrapped in each other's arms and looking deeply into one another's eyes. "This is the manliest picture I could find of the two of us," Saget quipped in his caption to the image.

He went on to say that Stamos is "the most wonderful brother anyone could wish for; you do so much to help so many." But as a comedian, he couldn't let his message sit with just sincerity, so he cracked a joke at the 56-year-old actor's expense, with plenty of it blowing back on him as well.

"I am so proud to have you in my life for the past 75 years," Saget cracked. "Here’s to another 75, my amazing brother."

Saget and Stamos were the biggest adult stars of the '90s smash sitcom sensation "Full House," with both reprising their roles in a recurring capacity for the sequel series "Fuller House" on Netflix. "Full House" ran eight seasons from 1987 to 1995, while "Fuller House" picked up the reins in 2016 and will run for five seasons before wrapping for good later this year.

Stamos celebrated his 56th birthday on Monday by not aging another year (a trick he apparently mastered decades ago). He gathered with friends and co-stars for the big day, including Candace Cameron Bure, who got to show off her skills on the dance floor with "Fuller House" co-star and fellow "Dancing with the Stars" alum Juan Pablo di Pace.

Both stars shared video of the fun they had laughing and showing why they came in third place and fifth place (tied), respectively. Okay, the technique wasn't quite as strong here, but they were definitely having a good time without judges looming over them.

Co-star John Brotherton also chimed in from the same venue with his own tribute to one of the television legends who made "Fuller House" possible. You can check out more of Stamos' sweet birthday messages below, including a genuinely heartfelt missive from Saget:

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