"Tebowing" is spreading around the world.
Three and a half weeks after the craze started, people are now tebowing around the world in Argentina, Sweden, Hong Kong, Brazil, Korea and more places.
says tebowing is a verb that means "to get down on a knee and start praying, even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different."
The phrase was coined after Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow got down on one knee to quickly pray after the Broncos beat the Miami Dolphins in overtime in October.
Within one week, a Google search of tebowing showed firefighters, Marines, yoga practicers, kids, sports figures and even a teammate of Tebow's tebowing.
In one picture, Broncos rookie Von Miller, wearing a No. 15 jersey (Tebow's number), poses in the tebowing position in front of the Broncos logo at team headquarters.
A photo on tebowing.com showed Colorado Rapids star Omar Cummings tebowing after scoring a goal during the MLS playoffs.
Tim Tebow is even tweeting about tebowing. He tweeted after the trend started, "Love it!"
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