A translation of a catchphrase from the film UHF:
On lay nahl drao koi embleer lendril we be not have.to have stinking badgers "We don't need no stinking badgers."
Lapine derives fruit names by suffixing (en)nion to the word for the plant: brekennion "blackberry" from brek "bramble", unlike French and Dutch that do it the other way around.
- Wikipedia:Lapine language
- Introduction to conversational Lapine (archive)
- Contrast real-world rabbit language
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