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Saturday, 17 May 2014

Happy Days!

When it comes to being Cool, it has widely become accepted that The Fonz was the King of Cool. Henry Winkler's character was a 70's icon. Girls loved him, boys wanted to be him. Unfortunately, as is evident by the stories coming to light regarding other 70's icons, the naivety of yesteryear hid many dark secrets. Nobody spotted the warning signs with Gary Glitter, Stuart Hall, Jimmy Savile and by the looks of things, possibly Rolf Harris.

In the case of The Fonz, all the clues were staring us in the face. He referred to the toilets of a diner as his office and frequently used the catch phrase "Sit On It". If that wasn't enough to put him under suspicion, surely anyone who hangs around with two ginger kids must have been up to no good!

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    1. I was never a fan. Why not? string him up!

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    2. Any the bollocks

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  2. Chachi loves Joanie........Who on earth calls themselves Chachi?

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  3. Wasn't he also a lodger above the garage? Maybe this was a way of keeping a low profile and getting closer the the neighbourhood kids?

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    1. I reckon he was doing Joanie and Mrs Cunningham. I bet Mr Cunningham liked to watch.

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    2. I would do Mrs Cunningham. She was a MILF.

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  4. Don't forget Jonathon King. Another 70s sex offender.

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  5. It was a bit before my time, so I had to check it out on YouTube. I can't believe people thought he was cool.

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  6. I just think of Henry Winkler as the mad coach in The Waterboy

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  7. Cheeky twat! One day gingers will rule the world.

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  8. I've only seen the re-runs, but I love the Fonz.

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  9. Gingeramondo!

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