He sings: “Passarinho que som é esse?” (in english can be translated as “Little bird which sound is this?”)
The second is another one they adapted:
He sings: “uh uh estou sentindo boas vibrações” (in english can be translated as: “uh uh I’m feeling good vibes”)
and in case you guys are curious of what he says next
PT:“Aumenta o volume!” EN:“Raisin’ the volume!"
The last and 3rd one is a popular brazilian saying:
He sings: “Quem canta seus males espanta” (in english can be translated as: “Singing chases away the evils”)
Just a side note: his tone suggests he’s mocking the enemies. He says a lot of provocative things when he is fighting and he is always laughing when he does it. Never fails to make me laugh when I’m playing with him.
*edit: Forgot to mention that there’s another one. but it’s really rare to get (took me some time to find it ;_;)
He says: “Todo carvaval tem seu fim…” (in english can be translated as: “Every carnival has its end…”)
The equivalent of Pizza Hut: nothing truly outrageous, but a variety of flavors and combinations so that you can find your desired favorite.
Mass-produced but affordable while still being tasty. They have some specialties that most people don't order anymore but a few still like them.
Strictly orthodox cheese+sauce+crust and maybe a topping or two. Pineapple is considered heresy.
Started off like the Space Marines but along the way someone gave them sriracha sauce, ghost peppers, pineapple, and exotic sausages. Now they're the place with odd combinations that somehow are really tasty.
Super-artsy artisanal pizza with white sauce, olive oil drizzle, six kinds of goat cheese, and herbs baked into the crust.
Every sauce is actually maximum-strength sriracha. They do bizarre "acquired taste" specialties involving stuff like stuffed peppers and organ meats and ingredients that nobody knows how to pronounce.
Massive deep-dish monstrosities that are more like meat pies than pizza. Nobody complains though because the owners are boisterous and friendly and always give you tons of food.
You go in and order and they give you not one pizza but five mini-pizzas, each with a different topping. Eating each one individually tastes alright, but if you combine them they make really interesting and delicious gourmet combinations. The hipster pizza place.
That one scuzzy-looking place that you're pretty sure is a front for something but the pizza is still good. Really likes their meats, and everything comes smothered in red pepper flakes. SAUCE FOR THE SAUCE GOD!
The oldest building in town that stone-grinds its own flour, bakes everything in brick ovens, and ages its own cheese. Still somehow manages to crank out huge quantities, but they don't do specialty stuff.
Literally just sauce and a pile of toppings dumped on a crust, thrown in the oven, and devoured as messily as possible.
Well, yeah, we’re friends. Uh huh. I mean, we’re not good friends, but we’re friends. We’re friendly. But, that doesn’t mean that we’re…friends in the traditional Webster’s Dictionary definition of “friends.” Riiiiight. “Friend-ish” might be a better term.