A couple of years ago I met this man in a community event and his name was Patel. The guy and his family had just moved in the neighborhood from India. As fate would have it we went to the same school and we became very tight friend. One day we were at a games joint in the neighborhood had lots of fun and on our way home we were having a conversation on how the game was cracking jokes on each other’s flaws. I invited the friend over for dinner at our place and was telling him that my dad was preparing a beef barbeque and he should come over as my dad is good at barbequing. Eventually, Patel’s face frowned and he fled without any feedback. He avoided me for some time and, after we met, I asked him about the issue and he told me that their culture does not associate with people who take beef as it is sacred in their culture (Jandt, 2015).