Hey everyone... our brother Neil (otherwise known as Natan4Jesus) has an alternative personality that only a few of us know about. He has not let this little secret out because he, in my opinion, is a very modest person.However he shared these videos with me, and I begged him to let me post these... and he finally relented. I told him that you all would get a good laugh from these videos because I sure did.This is Neil starring as "Florus Workman" on the short lived Jeff Foxworthy Show... and Neil steals every single scene! This stuff is FUNNY. (keep in mind this was a couple years before Neil got saved. Nothing dirty... don't worry)Ladies and gentlemen... I present to you my brother-in-Christ... Neil aka Natan4Jesus aka Florus Workman!! Enjoy...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8WrSxqZVnQhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJmBVL_ArUAKrispy
...the deer hunting scenes are the best part!!Krispy
He's a talented guy! Thanks for sharing these ...So .. um .. since he's come from being a regular on the Foxworthy show to being a regular (and much appreciated) on SI, is that a good example of going "from the ridiculous to the sublime"? :-)David
Watched.Let's just say British humour is spelt differently and understood differently from American humor.
Enid... the British have a sense of humor?? :-)Krispy
By the way, Foxworthy is just a small part of the acting career that Neil had back in the day. He was in numerous movies and also wrote and starred in one of Chicago theater's most popular plays of all time about former mayor Daily.I think it's really cool that Neil has hung out here for years letting us get to know "Neil" to brother in Christ... before telling some of us about his alter-personality. He is anything but a celebrity. He's just Neil. The same guy I spent a lot of time arguing with on here... and learning to love like a brother.Sorry Neil to let the cat out of the bag... but it's about time! :-)Krispy
Yes Krispy,The British do have a sense of humour.It's just on the other side of the road.God bless.
Let's just say British humour is spelt differently and understood differently from American humor.
Ahh, hmmm, shooting the ammo box??! OOoohhhhh....Well, Enid, there is a great variety in American humor...It is the American rural humor as was popularized by Jerry Clower that I understand the best because I grew up in rural America. EDITED out a sentence...figured it may not have been edifying...Still, the best humor occurs when one can laugh as life happens. The unpredictable, the annoying - instead of getting all tied up in a wad, just laugh! You can fix whatever went wrong...:-)ginnyrose
My kids loved the advice he gave Jeff concerning how NOT to kill the Turkey...Neil is a hoot in these videos.Krispy