Cum pupis saltant?
Minime. Senes ebrii pupis non placent. Senes ebrii cum psittacis ebriis saltant.
And that's when they were turned into parrots.
I suppose you could call it a hobby.
Can someone explain to me why it is in templo and not in templum. I thought that if there were movement, it would have to be the accusative instead of locative.
It's accusative if the motion involved is into the temple (or wherever) from somewhere else. If someone or something is moving around inside the temple, it's ablative instead.
Thank you! That makes sense. I was getting really confused.