Joseph Of Nazareth Twitter
December 8, 2011 by staff
Joseph Of Nazareth Twitter, With Christmas only three weeks away, German retailers are hoping that holiday sales will be strong, despite growing concerns about the long-term health of the euro.
But Joseph Von Nazareth, it would appear, has an entirely different set of worries. “Do you have any carpenter’s work in Jerusalem? If so, I’m the man for the job,” he recently posted on Twitter. He adds: “Please note, that currently, I can only take orders in Nazareth and the surrounding area.”
The tweets from an anonymous German poster began on Dec. 1. And according to the micro-blogger, he intends to narrate the entire Nativity in 140-character messages right through Christmas. Already, the nascent tweeter’s account, @joseph_von_naza, has attracted over 2,000 followers in five days.
Calling himself a “third-generation carpenter from Nazareth,” the tweeter writes in his profile: “We have heard the story a thousand times, but nobody has ever thought about what Joseph felt about the whole thing.”
So far, the blogger’s Biblical tweets laced with deadpan sensitivity have ranged from the mundanely domestic to the utterly surreal. “My donkey still doesn’t follow me when I call it,” tweets Joseph, who finds himself overworked due to his girlfriend Mary “being a little down.”
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