If you can't laugh at yourself then you probably shouldn't laugh at others.
In Portuguese (like other romance languages) pretty much every syllable must have a vowel, so the last two lines are satisfying (and going from two correct letters to five correct letters in one attempt is also nice):
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Then of course you get French words that can just add looooots of vowels together - like the French for 'they played' - ils jouaient. That's five in a row.
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Oh, we can do the same in Portuguese. I use a word with three vowels in a row as my starter.
Im two words in, used all vowels and NO vowels! One consonant.
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