We thought we'd do some proper kosher church tradition stuff.
We thought we'd do some foot-washing. Just like a proper church. So we asked for volunteers.
Most of the Beaker Folk said they'd rather not have their feet washed, as they didn't really feel worthy enough for it.
Then some of the Beaker Folk said they didn't me to wash their feet, as I'm not worthy to do that.
So we thought and considered. And I decided that I was going to go back to the very beginnings of the tradition, and take the words of the Bible seriously. In fact, literally. The words where Peter said, "not just my feet but my body also."
So I turned the fire hose on them. It is fair to say the Beaker Folk are now all thoroughly clean.
Next year, they better get it right. They are unworthy enough to have their feet washed. And I am worthy enough to do it. That's what the passage is all about, after all.