CYBERCITY + NETSURIT
Depending on where you are from, you have opened your box, and your co-worker has opened theirs. This is what is inside:
Some items may be regionally slightly different in your box only due to shipping logistics during, ya know, this pandemic but you will see those variations below. :)
Live like a local!
New York City Locals will instantly recognize these iconic NYC items.
A NYC playlist to accompany your unboxing:
The Anthora Coffee Cup
If you have been to New York City you have seen this print – the most ubiquitous icon of the streets of NYC! The Anthora Coffee Cup makes appearances everywhere and is oddly of Greek origin. Every working NYer can identify with this.
Americans love their sugar. From the quintessential NYC “Black and White” cookie to the nationally beloved sweet breakfast “Pop Tart” toast/pastry, either of these will get you ready to run some laps!
New Yorkers love their local teams and pride themselves on the Yankees being the winningest baseball team ever. Even for Mets fans (a big rival team in NY as well) this hat is recognized around the world as New York City’s hat.
City That Never Sleeps
From the iconic “I [heart emoji] NY” logo to the subway system that runs runs 24 hours a day, NYC is famous as the city that never sleeps. Here is some New York City mouse-clicking energy for you at your desk too!
America moves fast, and so does our food. “Fast Food” is sadly a thing in America and to illustrate just that, here is cheese – likely not made from cows or goats! – that will flow from this can at the push of a button!
A piece of New York
NYC real estate is some of the most expensive in the world. We value our Netsurit team, so we are giving you a hand-picked, genuine piece of Manhattan.
Strangely not named after the famous NY baseball legend (but rather a US President’s daughter), you will find this and many other bars in every Bodega I NYC next to the clerk.
Live like a local!
South Africans will instantly recognize these iconic SA items.
A SA playlist to accompany your unboxing:
Jy Praat Kak Mug
Although this is seemingly a nice friendly greeting, Jy Praat Kak actually translates to “You’re talking shit” which is a lovely nod to South African humor and the potential ignorance of foreigners.
South Africa’s most loved rusk! A rusk is a twice baked bread. Maybe you had it when you were teething? Be sure to dip it in tea or coffee before you bite (check your dental insurance first).
South African Rugby
Americans seem to miss out on some of the best globally loved sports like Football (they call it Soccer), Cricket and Rugby. Rugby is a winter sport where supporters tailgate in the parking lot and “braai wors” and drink to keep warm, wearing their beanies.
Tip Of The Continent
With mind boggling plateaus, rare front-row seats to the meetings of Oceans, Forests and Grasslands, South Africa is like none other.
South Africa loves its Biltong which is packed of protein and likely of better quality the the American “Slim Jims” but it is perhaps interesting that both cultures find harmony in on-the-go meat bites.
A piece of South Africa
One of the most important pieces of land on the planet and the anchor of the Mother Continent, we are proud to deliver a piece of that to you.
Ok, yum. This Candy Bar was born and raised in South Africa and filled with a multitude of thin cylinders of mint-flavored, brittle and crunchy ‘cracknel.’