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Your priorities in life are all wrong. Your language reflects that. Read this summary of Lapine, and reflect on what really matters. Lapine is the language of rabbits, as constructed by Richard Adams in Watership Down. It has just 56 words, from hlao ("any dimple or depression formed in the grass, such as that formed by a daisy plant or a thistle, which can hold moisture") to Thethuthinang ("name of a doe who lived in Efrafa"). Are you that clear on what matters to you? Do you know what your 56 words are?