Seems like parrots always make me check the comments (usually 5+)
Always need to find out what those drunk animals are up to. Drunk parrots in Latin. Bears drinking beer on eaperanto channel.
Kindergarden teachers flying over tall trees can be found in the hungarian course...
On reflex, "Hedwig's Theme" from Harry Potter began playing in my head...
"Az óvoda tanárok a magas fák felett repülnek" Nice!
They're griefing for those that were killed by the comrades
It looks like the drunken parrots are even bringing outbthe best in the comment thread too
This is clearly just owl prejudice against parrots.
Good one man... Hajhahana
Parrots appear here more than in Latin literature.
Probably because so many comrades and others keep hitting them!
The romans seem to really like their parrots...
I'd rather be a parrot than a peacock.
(from the Food lessons):
Senex sollicitus illum pavonem gustat
The worried old man tastes that peacock
Peacock was considered a delicasy.
Here in the DuoLingo Latin course, we have a saying...
The poor parrots get killed a lot though
Ancient Romans were terrible pet-owners.
Not according to the inscriptions on there pet sepulchers.
this is the best of all!
I have not experienced a drunk parrot before. But as a kid, my Grandma's parakeet would sit on the lip of her glass and drink her wine and once 'Baby' was lit, it'd start cussing! Loooong time ago!
Morituri te salutant!
Ave Ava! Ave Bubo!
This, we already have realised.
At least here on Duolingo they are...
Actually, when I was a kid I had a parrot who would drink alcohol out of parents' glasses. Don't remember him particularly drunk though :)
Since they are always drunk, you can't tell the difference...
They are here. . .
These naughty parrots!
What about the ex parrots
A: Exspecta! Illi ebrii omnes sunt?
B: Semper fuerunt.
Do not trust them
What is with those parrots, anyway?!?
Okay, the drunken parrots were funny at first, but they're getting old.