The minion worships a god named Ichthus. And, as the tradition goes, Ichthus has a peculiar habit. He likes to eat with everyone. He doesn’t care whether you are a peasant or a millionaire. He will share bread with you. Thus it saddens the minion, as he doesn’t like to eat with his fellows. In fact, he thinks that his fellows are more similar to Ichthus than he is. Every lunch time, his landlord with his fellows will ask him whether he will join lunch with them or not. Most of the time, though, he will say no as he prefers to eat alone. The minion understands what eating together symbolizes, but he just can’t put that into practice. Thus he wonders whether he truly “gets it” in the first place.