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It’d be a pain if you did a nice clean beheading, only to discover they’re like chickens and can keep going for a bit. The difference being the beheaded chicken just wanders round whereas the beheaded emu still stands a chance of mugging someone. Unfriendly big bastards. 

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Careful with sword thinking. I bet they have some tough bone in the neck. Axe on a chopping block probably surer. Now you’re into strapping an emu down though.

I’d probably distract with feed and head shoot it.

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Probably stun them like chickens would be the obvious way. I wonder if it's halal?.


I could have gone flight of fancy, little executioner hats and alike, but anything with wings flaps and becomes seriously dangerous.

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