Enes Kanter tweets terribly misspelled ‘Santa’ as ‘Satan’ at store
New York Knicks center Enes Kanter doesn’t claim to be a scrabble master or a former spelling bee champion, but he knows well enough to realize that one store had “Santa” misspelled as “Satan.”
Kanter didn’t waste much time blowing his whistle upon spotting the flagrant foul the store committed, as he immediately took a photo of it and shared to Twitter.
San..?? Really bro!!! 😱
I hope this is by accident… pic.twitter.com/9dzIjZlULA
— Enes Kanter (@Enes_Kanter) December 6, 2017
The word Santa isn’t that hard to compose. But perhaps brought about by the stress this holiday season to people of commerce, the person tasked to put those boxes up must have been too tired to proofread it. Or maybe, it’s something purposely done by a devil-worshiper. For all we know, this could just be a Christmas-themed, personalized greeting for former NHL-er Miroslav Satan.
Whatever the case may be, this has got to be fixed before Santa sends an army of angry war deers towards that store’s way.
Still, this wasn’t as egregious as the way Cleveland Browns butchered the spelling of “Dawg Pound” a year ago.
As for the Knicks’ Enes Kanter, he probably just needs to send whoever misspelled Santa’s name with a dictionary as a gift.