I guess I was using "The Instructions of Šuruppag" as being a translation of "The Story of Sukurru" by either his own devices or passed down to him from his ancestors whom kept it alive for a long time.
But...reading the instructions, they are moral codes of conduct, with the last line being "Praise be to the lady who completed the great tablets, the maiden Nisaba, that Šuruppag, the son of Ubara-Tutu, gave his instructions!"
Nisaba is translated into Seshat of Ancient Egypt...both goddesses of writing, accounts and scribes of the gods. Seshat aided in astronomy and helped plan the pyramid's form and site-location layout.
Anyways...here I was throwing in a comparison of time periods due to the deluge lasting an apparent 40 days and nights, and the child bearing period of some 40 years.
Us men might do that sometimes...mistake a day for a year...even history has beliefs, religions and calendars doing this. Maybe a mistake due to a problematic marriage: 'Sheesh, but that day felt like a year!'
Well, as 14 says: 'You should not buy a donkey which brays; it will split your midriff'...
...guess I'll back my ass outta here ;)