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Adorable emu goes viral for constantly interrupting owner’s videos



An adorable emu has gone viral on social media for interrupting all of his owner’s TikTok videos.

On TikTok, Taylor, who runs Knuckle Bump Farms in South Florida, frequently posts videos of and about her animals. At the beginning of some of his clips, his big birdie named Emmanuel can be seen entering the shot and bringing his face close to the camera.

A compilation of the clips where Emmanuel disturbs his owner’s videos has been shared on Twitter this week and features plenty of moments from Taylor’s TiKTok account where Emmanuel pokes his head into the frame.

“I’m trying to educate people right now, OK,” Taylor tells the bird in a clip. “Can you just stop?”

Another clip shows Taylor petting her cow, as Emmanuel again walks past the camera. A subsequent clip shows Taylor staring at a black swan in a lake when Emmanuel interrupts her. She said, “Don’t do that.

Hilariously, Taylor seems to accept that the bird was going to keep interrupting her and just tells her to “do it” at some point. The bird then opened its mouth, pointed its beak at the camera and knocked the device to the ground.

After repeatedly slapping the camera with her beak, Taylor sarcastically asked, “How did that make you feel?” Was this all you ever wanted, wished and hoped for in life? Do you feel fulfilled now? »

On Twitter, the post has over 22.1 million views, with viewers expressing how amused they are by Taylor’s bird.

“Immanuel [is] legit my spirit animal man,” one wrote, while another said, “I will definitely be yelling ‘Emmanuel, DON’T DO IT’ at any of my animals within 24 hours. I bet it will be for Sharknado cat.

Other viewers went on to praise Taylor’s close bond with Emmanuel and noted how much it reminded them of a parent-child relationship.

“The fact that the internet’s most viral videos so often involve human emotions for animals of all kinds – not just dogs and cats – speaks volumes about our natural relationship with them,” one wrote. ‘them.

“You have to write a children’s book about Emmanuel the emu who wouldn’t behave – but you loved him anyway,” added another. “As a kid who gets into trouble all the time, that would be so relevant.”

In a video posted to her TikTok on July 17, Taylor thanked her viewers for their support “over the past few weeks.” As she explained that she had always been an “animal lover” and had “been creating content since 2013”, Emmanuel made another uninvited appearance in her video, before flipping her camera.

“I try to say thank you to them because they support us on the internet,” she told him. “I know you don’t know what the internet is, but you’re literally pretty famous there.”

Taylor highlighted her gratitude in the caption, writing, “We pray this account is a safe space for anyone looking for a little joy in this dark world. WE LOVE YOU!”