Noah was a nice guy, but his neighbors thought
he was a nut. He had spent nearly his whole life building a nifty boat
next to his house, in a neighborhood that never had rain! I mean, if
Noah had a nickel for every nasty neighbor that came over to nag and
needle him, heíd be a millionaire by now. Noah explained to the nasty neighbors that God
noticed that the world had become naughty, and told Noah to build this
boat to save his family and the animals from a flood, but nobody
believed Noah. But Noah took notes when God gave him the numbers for the size of the nifty boat, and he nailed day and night to complete it.
When the nifty boat was nearly finished, the necessary animals started to arrive. Naturally, the nocturnal animals came at night, so they could nap later. The nightingales flew in to their new nest. At noon, the elephants nearly got stuck in the narrow door. The next night, which was a bit nippy, such numbers came that I could not name each oneóno nook of the nifty boat was neglected. Now, nothing could stop the nearing rain. Noah nailed the door tight, and eyed the nimbus clouds nearby.
Next, Noah and the animals spent numerous nights nervously feeling nausea as they floated on the waves the flood brought. It rained for 40 days and 40 nights, and then Noah noticed the rain no more.
Now they had to wait in the nifty boat until they could find the dry
land they needed to live on. Next they noticed something newóa