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N for N!gger

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Publisher: Sekoala Publishing Company (Pty) Ltd

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“12% of employees eat because they are hungry. 88% of employees eat because it is 1 o’clock.” 
“Though you can love what you do not master, you cannot master what you do not love.” 
“A slave that acknowledges its enslavement is halfway to its liberation.” 
“It’s the invention of clothes, not nature, that made 'private parts' private.” 
“Education is what they equip you with; just in case your dream doesn’t work out.” 
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