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Identity crisis

Identity crisis

I’ve always wanted to be a stand-up comedian. But after doing a mini-course on it and being part of a British-Chinese comedy sketch troupe, I’ve been aware that I have zero perfomance skills, and gave up on the idea, while trying in vain to groom my wife for the job.

And then I stumbled across Andrew Wong the stand-up comedian. He’s British, and at least half my age. Fortunately, he’s not a professional – but at the same time, his YouTube channel is the 19th most subscribed channel in the British comedian category.

However, I’m too far in to tell if he’s actually funny or not. Is he?

There’s also an Andrew Wong who was a ninja contestant on Australia’s Got Talent … who got mistaken for another Andrew Wong with suspected benefit fraud. Apparently.


  • Humour's a subjective thing. If you think he's funny, he's funny.

    Didn't raise so much as a smile with me though. I thought the audience was laughing at him because he was so bad, until he did that weak Michael Jackson routine and people burst into applause. Mystifying.

  • Not that funny :

  • Really unfunny. Though I sometimes think that like a lot of live entertainment forms – music, footie, juggling – comedy is better if you're actually there.

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