Psittaci ebrii non ambulant.
Psittaci ebrii ab sella cadii
Why walk when you can hop? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_-4KArFR08
Or skate? =D https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5b27Ct94jc
Or ride a bicycle? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFNI70yu1c0
You can train your budgie to skateboard! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34t2p5i1kLw
None of these should be attempted when drunk.
Yes they do!
Not when their drunk.
Oops, when they're drunk.
I agree with Indritana for having seen one walking very proudly
They use their leg, so they walk.
By the way, they are more likely to walk, unless their legs are broken, than to write songs.
Probably that the person who say this Duo sentence think they only hop.
Psittacus: Ubi vinum meum est?
Oof, i remember that vine
one did quite a bit in the film "Río". not sure about correct title.
Obviously, because they're too drunk.
Ofcourse they don't. They drink.
Of course they do.
At least those ones are sober
They're too fly.
Yes they do
No, they perch, strut, and sometimes even dance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhjbazNuqvs
I know, I know, that was a cockatiel, not a parrot.
Duo rejected this: "The parrots do not walk around" I checked Lewis & Short and found " to walk for recreation, to take a walk" with a supporting citation from Plautus. I suggest Duo accept "walk around" for forms of ambulo in contexts like this.