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D Away stardom come to nothing What are his chances of finding loveHilarious and moving The Family Law is a linked series of tales from a wonderful new Australian talen. In 2010 I had the rare pleasure of loving a book I d been anticipating for as long as I d been stalking the author Benjamin Law is a freelance writer who first blipped onto my radar when I started reading his pieces in hipster darling magazine Frankie He also contributes to The Good Weekend The Monthly and has written for The Best Australian Essays and even appeared on ABC s A I love him He s enviably witty self deprecating and writes brilliant argumentative pieces with first hand

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The Family Law

Meet the Law family – eccentric endearing and hard to resist Your guide Benjamin the third of five children and a born humorist Join him as he tries to answer some pu. A few weeks ago I didn t know much about Benjamin Law other than that he s a journalist and the author of Gaysia Adventures in the ueer East Then I watched the first episode of the television adaptation of this 2010 memoir laughed a lot downloaded the e book edition read it and laughed some Now I know a lot uite a lot about Law s life or at least about his formative years Law writes engagingly about his childhood in regional ueensland in the 1980s and 1990s as the middle child in a family of five the gay son

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Zzling uestions Why won’t his Chinese dad wear made in China underpants Why was most of his extended family deported in the 1980s Will his childhood dreams of Home an. I started reading this while on a bus sitting next to a middle aged Asian lady The I got into the book the harder and louder I laughed and the I tilted the pages toward the window away from the lady in the aisle seat I could feel her glancing curiously over my shoulder but there was NO WAY IN HELL I was going to tell her I was laughing at Mr Benjamin Law s mother s recollections of childbirth and descriptions of her dingly dangly bits in the aftermath of said childbirths It was embarrassing Seriously thou


10 thoughts on “The Family Law

  1. says:

    A few weeks ago I didn't know much about Benjamin Law other than that he's a journalist and the author of Gaysia Adventures in the ueer East Then I watched the first episode of the television adaptation of this 2010 memoir laughed a lot downloaded the e book edition read it and laughed some Now I know a lot uit

  2. says:

    For the rest of the world 'The Family Law' is now a little bit famous having been adapted for television here in Australia I have watched the first few and laughed along and so when I saw the book they were based upon I thought I'd give it a read'The Family Law' is a memoir by Benjamin Law the son of Chinese migrants to Australia

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    What a ripper of a book I don’t think I have laughed so much ages These are Benjamin Law’s honest and hilarious recollection of childhood memories growing up in a household of 4 siblings with AsianAustralian pa

  4. says:

    I started reading this while on a bus sitting next to a middle aged Asian lady The I got into the book the harder and louder I laughed and the I tilted the pages toward the window away from the lady in the aisle

  5. says:

    What a crazy family The story of Benjamin Law and his family is such a hilarious and at times moving readBenjamin describes his upbringing as an AsianAustralian in a family that didnt hold back when saying stuff His mum for one was just hilarious with her discriptions of child birth her visit too Japan with her

  6. says:

    What a crazy funny man who has had a crazy funny irreverent upbringing Loads of laugh out loud moments throughout this tellingThis memoir readsor sounds as I listened to the audio versionlike a very funny comedythough it does have some very cringe worthy tales to tell as well Some real OMG momentsEven so you can't fail to hear the

  7. says:

    There aren't many books in the world that can talk about something utterly and entirely unbelieveably disgusting and still make me laugh I usually puke about these things And believe me when I say that there were some really disgusti

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    Trigger warnings racism homophobia animal death death of a family member in the past I bought this on a whim because it was cheap an

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    In 2010 I had the rare pleasure of loving a book I'd been anticipating for as long as I'd been stalking the author Benjamin Law is a freelance writer who first blipped onto my radar when I started reading his pieces in hipster darling magazine ‘Frankie’ He also contributes to ‘The Good Weekend’ ‘The Monthly’ and has w

  10. says:

    A sardonic and insightful look into Malaysian Australian early 21st century life The vignettes are short and do not particularly go anywhere but Law's humourful voice and gift for turning a sentence make the book a worthwhile read Interesting for people who are looking for Sedaris esue writing in an Australian context but some of the essays c

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