As SLPs, we can do amazing things with our articulators. We can trill, make glottal stops, tap, flap and even some of us can make some non-pulmonic clicks. I thought that there was no word, and no sound left unpronounceable until I went to Samoa and came across a word that contained 7 consecutive vowels. I should have known that this was no ordinary language when my school had the word ‘fiamalamalama’ in it. Now that’s a lot of lama’s. Samoan is an interesting language that consists of syllables in a CV or VV form. Or in the case of fa’aaeaeina CVVVVVVVCV. Coming across this waterfall (below) and being able to pronounce ‘Papapapaitai’ quick and efficiently made me feel like I could handle any Samoan word!