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Posted by Andy Brown on 24 September 2012
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Did you know just how many languages Facebook supports?
Bored of Facebook? Time to change!
Some of the Languages Available
One obvious Facebook language to choose is Pirate Speak:
Look for friends becomes Scour for mateys ... you get the idea.
For the linguistically gifted, there's a disappointingly incomplete lingua latina:
What's photo in Latin? Facebook don't know either! I quite like the Domesticus home page, though.
For sheer pointlessness, though, it's hard to beat upside-down English:
Upside-down English is ... upside-down!
How to Change Language
To choose a different Facebook language, start by clicking on English (UK) - or whatever your default language happens to be:
At the bottom right of the Facebook page, usually (mine is just underneath my all-too-short list of friends) is this language button.
You can then choose (say) English (Pirate) or English (Upside Down):
There are some odd languages listed besides these two.
If you liked that, you might like to play about with Google too ...