I Love Only Fools and Horses

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    Aah, Trigger.

    "If it's a girl, they're calling her Sigourney, after an actress. And if it's a boy, they're naming him Rodney. After Dave." Classic, :D
    frankspencer frankspencer
    18-21, F
    Jul 6, 2009

    A Funny Memory of London

    I used to watch "Only Fools and Horses" regularly when I lived in London.  There was a running joke on the show about the mafia running the laundromat in Primrose Hill (which was where I lived at the time).  I used that laundromat regularly, and had always...
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    1 Response Jul 19, 2008

    One Of The Best.. If Not The Best

    great show.. a shame it is no longer running.. mostly filmed in my home town of Bristol.. a classic comedy that will ALWAYS have you laughing.. so many good jokes/lines to remember.. although Trigger normally came out with some crackers... "take my  broom.. Ive had it for 25...
    matt609 matt609
    31-35, M
    Dec 15, 2010

    I have a secret addiction,

    sshh don't tell but it's Only Fools and Horses. "The Trotters' exist in many places, down to earth, optimistic hard working and sense of family.. I wish more people were Trotter.
    Tidedancer Tidedancer
    56-60, F
    Nov 8, 2015
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    Mar 26, 2012

    Not your typical teen,

    I love all of the old t.v programs, apart from 'Only Fools and Horses', I love 'On the buses', 'FRIENDS', 'Norman Wisdom' and so many more, not really in to all the up to date stuff. That's just me ✌️I love it cause I can be in my own little world.
    KitKat292 KitKat292
    18-21, F
    Mar 17, 2014

    The Best English Comedy Show Ever

    from its humble beginnings in 1981 and nearly being axed by the BBC after a poor first run and to then having the biggest audience ever for a TV sitcom in Britain 24.3million viewers a third of the population tuned in 1996 for the episode "Time on their hands" when they became...
    defoekeane defoekeane
    36-40, M
    Sep 24, 2012

    Classic British Humour!

    Loved it back in the 80's and love it now! Del Boy, Rodney and Grandad and then later, Uncle Albert. Strong supporting characters; Trigger and Boycie and Marlene. Classic, classic stuff! Hysterically funny and the humour just doesn't date!!! Remember: Yuppy Love - when Del Boy...
    liguidgold liguidgold
    41-45, F
    7 Responses Jul 29, 2011
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