I’m not a Nascar fan. I’m sure many people have many great reasons to love the (sport?), so I’m glad this pastor did his Nascar invocation-thang for the crowd last week, even though it’s one of the most awkward prayers I’ve ever heard.
If you (like me) don’t particularly enjoy the thrill of left turns or the aroma of burning tires, you might have missed out on the significance of the pastor’s closing statements. The term “boogity” comes from announcer Darrell Waltrip‘s catchphrase at the beginning of each race, which goes something like “boogity, boogity, boogity, let’s go racing boys!”
Now, the good folks at shmoyo crafted a song out of the prayer and I highly recommend it to you, although you might regret its catchiness for years to come.
Boogity, boogity, boogity, Jesus; things are getting goofy down here.
Found at American Jesus.
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