Thursday, 28 July 2011

Prayer FAIL

Speaking of automobiles...



Fail submitted by Aaron Ghiloni

17 Comments:

Wesley Hill said...

I trust you've seen the autotuned version? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZnDt2wEFjk&feature=channel_video_title

Anonymous said...

I think Ricky Bobby prayed that first.

Karl Hand said...

Oh please no! FAIL!

Daniel said...

He blogs at Patheos, obliged.

Josh said...

I count this as a win. He didn't want to say the same exact prayer that gets said before every other race, and he wanted to have some fun. God has a sense a humor.

Janice Rees said...

This is a success of the highest order Ben - it belongs to the tradition of 'thank you baby Jesus'

Steve Wright said...

I'm guessing his kids are named Walker and Texas Ranger.

Anthony said...

No prayer with the word 'boogatie' is ever a fail.

Anonymous said...

'Thank you Lord, for those smokin' surgeons that lifted her ass and brought abundance to her bosoms.'

Anonymous said...

The horror... the horror!

Anonymous said...

Huge WIN! boogity, boogity, boogity Amen, brother

Rob said...

American civil religion in full flight - thank my big buddy up in the sky for our privileged life, our little toys and all the things I like and screw those who could never enjoy them. I think I'm going to vomit..

Danny Houck said...

"screw those who could never enjoy them."

Listening comprehension FAIL, lol. We can't thank God for things we have that other people don't have?

Daniel Bull said...

'Thank you Lord, for those smokin' surgeons that lifted her ass and brought abundance to her bosoms.'

-HAHAHAHAHA!

Diego said...

"Thank you for racing fuels"?????!
The whole prayer is... TOTAL. UTTER. EPIC. FAIL.

daWackest1 said...

regardless of win or fail, it's hilarious.

Gorazd Andrejč said...

Oh my. Horror indeed. I can imagine Muslims seeing this video and having yet another strong reason to believe that their religion is superior to Christianity, and that the West needs to be converted to 'the true religion'.

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