If you really want to see a live example of the saying ‘’Sharing is Caring’’, then you should try Bunny Chow. Often referred to as a bunny, it is the most iconic Durban (South Africa), street food that is at heart a communal, working-class dish and is meant to be shared with another person. It is basically a hollowed out loaf of bread, which is filled with curry. It is believed that the root of this dish is strongly entrenched in India. The story goes that many Indian labourers shifted to Durban in 1940’s to work on sugarcane farming and it was the time they invented Bunny Chow, as they were missing the authentic Indian curry. It was easy-to-carry, filling and affordable too. However, according to food critics and experts, sharing a bunny is also an esoteric art and has some unsaid rules and manners that you really need to know before you share the trend that has recently made waves in UK, US, and India to an extent. Interestingly, while sharing a Bunny Chow, you are meant to eat it with hands and not cutlery. This not only makes it easy to eat the bun but also helps in relishing the taste of gravy made with slow-cooking method. Not only this, you need to be extra careful while sharing the plate, because there are chances that your fingers and the fingers of your co-diner accidentally touch and that could be totally awkward, because according to an ancient Sanskrit Law ‘Finger Touching’’ during the meal is a sign of obligation to marry the concerned person. It is funny, we know.