Tim Tebow fans, rest of the world, let's go Tebowing.

The latest internet meme, following the footsteps of cousins planking and owling, has already taken over office spaces, airports, sidewalks and beyond.

But what exactly is Tebowing?

Tebowing is to get down on a knee and start praying, even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different, according to the Tumblr site, Tebowing.com.

Inspired by the praying habits of the 24-year-old Denver Broncos quarterback, the site was only launched on Monday. But already, Tebowing.com has received more than 120,000 visitors and is bursting with more than 12 pages of photos documenting people Tebowing all over the world.

There's a photo of Denver Broncos fans Tebowing in New York City's Union Square, one of a man Tebowing while operating his Tivo, one of a toddler Tebowing in a dragon costume and even one of a man Tebowing on the set of The Biggest Loser.

[Tebowing] is safer than planking. There have not been any known injuries, Tebowing.com creator Jared Kleinstein told the Wall Street Journal on Thursday.

Kleinstein first thought of the concept after the Justin Bieber-like quarterback won his first NFL game on Sunday.

Everybody was jumping up and down, and we noticed Tebow Tebowing, he told the WSJ.

Kleinstein also added that the best place to Tebow in the world (other than next to the quarterback himself) is in Antarctica, with a polar bear.

And what about all the toddlers on his site, Tebowing in their sleep and in costumes?

Toddler Tebowing takes it for me. I knew we'd influence plenty of kids in their teens, 20s, 30s and 40s. I had no idea we'd get the toddler community. I'm really happy they got involved, Kleinstein told the WSJ.

On Thursday, as #tebowing became a trending topic on Twitter, Tim Tebow himself spoke out on the internet meme he inspired.

#Tebowing - to get down on a knee and start praying, even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different. Love it! he wrote.

His teammate Von Miller also had some fun with Tebowing, writing #tebowing y'all step ya game up!! and attaching a photo on Twitter.

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