Normally I'm darned good (or bad) with puns. I can think of them as often as I drop my pants.
So how, I say HOW did I miss this?
all become emusing!
Fortunately there is a nice lady in Squarebanks who likes fuzzy critters, puns (obviously) and is waaaay smarter than I --please direct all jokes about those last five words to the comments, ta.
The first thing you need to know when you are out looking for wild emus is how to tell if they like the particular field you are standing on.
Emus (like most wild critters) leave signposts so you can tell they have been around. The more signposts in a field, the more the emus like hanging around there.
I'm now doing my civic duty to educate all of you so you will know whether or not an emu has been in the field you are standing on. Instead of describing the signpost the emus leave, I'll just give you a picture of emu sign! Ain't I nice?
A picture is worth a thousand words
What kind of critter leaves signs like that? This kind:
They really are very pretty. Timid buggas too. Were we crouched behind some camouflaged doo-hickeys to get these closeups.
A TRUE conversation with Wifey-Poo!
YT: Wee, I've just posted my 1000th tweet!
WP: How did you get up to 1000?
YT: It's easy. Whenever anything silly or stupid comes to my mind I tweet it.
WP: Are you sure it's only 1000? I'dve thought there'd be at least 100 times that.
YT: Well, yeah, it would be except I'm not always near the keyboard when I think of silly or stupid things. And by the time I get to the keyboard from the pool I usually have forgotten them.
WP: Yup, that'd be right.