Tebowing: (vb) to get down on one knee and start praying, even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different.
Tebowing is officially funnier than planking.
Maybe it’s because I went to the University of Georgia, or because he starts every statement with “First of all I just want to thank Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior,” but I’m not really a Tim Tebow fan. I took a certain amount of pleasure in watching him cry on television after Florida lost the SEC Championship game to Alabama in 2009 and barely held back a round of dry heaves when he made a Superbowl ad for Focus on the Family. So I thoroughly enjoy watching people make fun of his tendency to bow down and pray at completely random and bizarre moments during games.
This new site, Tebowing, shows people striking the down-on-one-knee, head-on-your-fist pose he’s so fond of on the field in a variety of locations — bars, offices, rooftops, operating rooms. There’s even a toddler getting in on the action.
Because you never know when the need to pray will strike, and it doesn’t matter what is going on around you. When the urge hits, just make like Tebow—kneel down and do it.