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BBC Only Fools and Horses fans discover they misunderstood decades-old joke on show

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Fans of the classic sitcom Only Fools and Horses were left gobsmacked after realising a long-believed running joke was actually a case of misinterpretation.The beloved BBC One series, which aired seven series and made stars out of Nicholas Lyndhurst and David Jason, not to mention bringing Lennard Pearce and Buster Merryfield into the limelight, spanned a decade from 1981 to 1991.

Additionally, sixteen sporadic Christmas specials kept fans entertained until the show's conclusion in 2003.Packed with recurring jokes and memorable quips, Only Fools and Horses continues to be a fan favourite.

Yet, it turns out that some viewers have been getting one particular gag wrong for years, the Mirror reports.Fans took to Reddit's OFAH forum to share their revelations about misunderstood jokes from the series.

One fan confessed: "I just discovered something I thought was a running gag was simply me being too young. I'm 31, watched this show throughout my life and always thought the 'I've got two GCEs' was a joke, bragging about having the education qualifications but not being educated enough to correctly say GCSEs.

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