This prominent fast food chain is extremely popular in South Africa, symbolizing freedom and America itself according to the author's descriptions.
This device allowed the author to start a successful business during his teenage years.
The Mulberry Tree
This location was a popular spot for children to play in Eden Park; it was also a place where the author was bullied, leading to an incident where Abel viciously beat a child.
This highly desirable luxury car was the author's first choice of vehicle for the matric dance. He was told he would be allowed to drive it, but was given a less desirable car at the last minute.
These shoes, popular with American rappers, allowed the author to briefly pose as a hip hop artist as part of a con his friend was running.
This cheap source of protein was a...
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