An orthodox Jewish day school in Queens called Yeshiva Har Torah made light of the US military’s misplacing of an F-35 fighter jet in a tweet on Tuesday. Funny tweet: “We once again remind you to label your child’s F-35 before sending it to school.”
The satire continued after that. When another user of Twitter asked, “Do you recommend iron-on labels? Your own stick? Clothes Marker?Iron-on is usually a good option, but check your labels’ heat resistance before applying to an F-35’s carbon fiber or epoxy skin,” the Yeshiva account retorted.
Unaware of the current news item concerning the fighter plane, another user inquired as to what was being allusion, to which the Har Torah account retorted angrily: “You wouldn’t believe us if we told you.” It is well known that the account is humorous.
Our head of school isn’t on Twitter, according to its bio. He doesn’t need to be aware of this.
The fact that the school’s home page links to the account using a Twitter icon suggests it is legitimate, even if it is unclear whether the Twitter feed is Yeshiva’s official account or if it is managed by the administration.
The following two messages were published on the account just before Rosh Hashana: You’re going to force us to release a photo of an apple that looks exactly like Every.
Single. Organization. Are you not? But seriously, what would happen if a Jewish nonprofit didn’t publish an image of an apple before Rosh Hashana? ”
We once again remind you to label your child’s F-35 before sending it in to school.
— Yeshiva Har Torah (@HarTorah) September 19, 2023