Nothing on Noah

@p1kef1sh (45640)
August 19, 2015 1:20pm CST
Now then, when God commanded Noah to load up the ark with as many pairs of animals as he could find lying around he probably hadn't envisaged the problems of the average English Summer. Frankly, given today's torrential rain I very much doubt that old Noah would have found a pair of anything living; they'd all have been hunkered down somewhere dry and out of reach of God's chosen reaper of the living. Let's face it, it must have been a bit of a beauty contest. How many otherwise happily paired up doves and elephants suddenly found themselves abducted and introduced to an entirely new, and arguably finer, physical specimens than had been their mate of choice? With a "mind how you go and don't forget an umbrella" so many must have been condemned to the relentlessly rising waters. Anyway, it's raining here and blooming miserable. If Noah wants to come round he'll find me in bed, dry! (No references to the Bible, accurate or otherwise, were made in the drafting of this post.)
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@savak03 (6676)
• United States
26 Aug 15
I like your disclaimer but I just have to say I don't think it was raining in England way back then.
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@bunnybon7 (37965)
• Holiday, Florida
22 Aug 15
cute. sorry it rains so much there. you should like this desert dry heat. i get tired of it
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@Rosekitty (19438)
• San Marcos, Texas
19 Aug 15
hahah..I never thought of that before..poor things taken away from their mates because a better specimen was found for it couldn't have been in the winter when some hibernate..had to be in the freaded summer time when all good things need a good cleaning!!.pee u..stinky
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@ElicBxn (60894)
• United States
17 Sep 15
Wish you could send a bit 'o that rain this'a way. While we had such a wet May that it gave our lakes a bit of'a boost, we haven't had a lot of rain since then.