Sunday, September 11, 2011

Worst Sermon Face-off: Worm eating vs. Urination

By Larry Beane

In this corner, the worm-eating college president...

And in this corner, the preacher with a penchant for proud pee proclamation...

Which one is the "winner?"  Thanks be to God for one thing: neither of these trainwrecks happened in a Lutheran church!  


  1. Dude, isn't eating live animals, like, against the Noahic covenant? Weird.


  2. With regard to the second preacher, there is a German word that was coined to describe those men who sit (as suggested in Germany) to pass water. This word is Sitzpinkler. Supposedly this position was suggested because most men seemed to frequently miss the target.

    This word has also become a derogatory term that questions a gentleman's masculinity. The question is often asked "Was für ein Sitzpinkler bist du?" (Use your imagination for the translation and the derogatory reference.) The left-channel sound track only proves this point.

    But, after listening to all of the second video, I think that eating worms is a much better presentation.

  3. For the first video, a little hymn:
    Nobody loves me, everybody hates me, guess I'll go eat worms;
    Big, fat slimy ones, little bitty grimy ones, cover them with germs.
    Fry 'em up in garbage can, cover them with maggot jam.
    Nobody loves me, everybody hates me, guess I'll go eat worms.
    For the second video:
    New meaning for, "Here I Stand?"

  4. For some reason I'm not very hungry right now

  5. My sense is that the featured behavior, above, has considerable potential to take the snake-handling of the Tennessee backwoods to an entirely new dimension.

    Another thing. I generally recommend washing one's hands before prayer and meal. But in the specific case of Joe Aguillard, I am compelled to depart from tradition and recommend that the gentleman wash his mouth, and this after his meal.

    Or maybe take up snake handling.

    My advice to Steven Anderson would have a somewhat similar emphasis, actually.



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