Annoying tweets are not just for the public anymore. We can now tweet the Almighty through a new Twitter site: twitter.com/thekotel. Alon Nir will print out your tweets and insert them in the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
Of course, you have to put some trust in both Lord and Nir: he lives in Tel Aviv.
God may appreciate that the faithful will now be a bit more efficient in their demands: they have to confine their thoughts to 140 characters. Nevertheless, the Almighty may be a bit peeved by common tweets like “Wow, I just saw a cloud that looked like Moses” or “I feel as bloated as a whale with Jonah love handles.” A recent study found the forty percent of Tweets are useless “babble.
Nir has placed a 1000 tweats in the Western Wall so far.
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(Reporting by Lianne Gross, Writing by Jeffrey Heller, Editing by Janet Lawrence)
4 thoughts on “Tweeting God: Company Sets Up Twitter Site to Insert Tweets in Western Wall”
I’m thinking God doesn’t need any form of instant messaging. For most religions, just speaking to the sky should be sufficient and it uses no electricity.
God just asked the Pope: Did that twitter mean: “God, that taco is good” or “good god is on a taco”?
Should god really be expected to keep up with the latest tech habits of the demiurge?
A recent study found the forty percent of Tweets are useless “babble.”
I thought the number would surely be higher now that Sarah is a Twit or is that Twittering? But if you Twitter too much will your fingers fall off?
Try 99.999 percent, as a ballpark estimate!
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