So Tim Tebow has a Jockey commercial. That much you can handle. The key challenge after viewing the thing: how will you joke about it? First, get a look at the video, which features Tebow's shirt turning into its own mini-Coors Light commercial along with musical accompaniment that explains what the Friends theme band has gotten itself up to lately:
And now, the four jokes you'll need to copy and paste in order to keep up with pretty much everybody else who's going to make jokes about this commercial:
- "He looked at that woman. I bet he wants to wait until marriage to marry her."
- "His shirt is wet. I bet he cried on it."
- "He's not wearing a shirt at first. I bet he does sins when he doesn't wear shirts."
- "Good thing they don't show his jorts. I bet he's wearing them below his shirt parts."
But let's seek a more critical interpretation. We're all scholars here. This is a work of inspirational literature and should be treated as such. Note the number of people who touch their foreheads and sigh as Tebow passes, which has got to be a religious reference of some sort. Note how the warrior walks smiling through the inferno without feeling a singe, as the sacred garment has protected his body from worldly flames. Metaphors, bro:
You can read the entire thing as a parable if you like. Here's another example, as our protagonist is offered a chance to follow multiple sweaty women down the darkened dead-end road littered with ongoing necktie suicides, but whips his head around as if guided from above in order to remain on his chosen path:
There's so much more to work with, but time is short. Also, note he walks across the street in a non-linear fashion and is not thrown immediately in a federal penitentiary. Let's see a Georgia player try that!