He Died with a Felafel in His Hand, John Birmingham
John Birmingham

He Died with a Felafel in His Hand

Cult shared-housing comedy classic. These hilarious tales of urban terror reveal the dark truth hidden behind three seemingly innocent words – a phrase that you have seen a hundred times before but will never view in the same light again – WANTED TO SHARE. John Birmingham's rendering of a life in share houses will leave you laughing, cringing and reminiscing about your own brushes with the mad, add residents of flatmate hell.
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A real fringe-dwelling bank clerk. It worked for a while.
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Musical taste is one of the great sleeping issues of many share houses. It can rival the unwashed frypan as a source of tension.
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My friend Ted says Marxists are worse than junkies. You know, you let one in, you let the whole anarcho-syndicalist commune in, and then your little home isn’t the warm and friendly place you escape to at day’s end.

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