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Facebook Language Fun
Posted By Andrew On April 1, 2011 @ 10:00 AM In Social Networking | Comments Disabled
Facebook has all sorts of fun Easter eggs  buried in its code, but this trick is one of my favorites. Today we’re going to learn how to turn things upside down!
First, scroll all the way to the bottom of your Facebook page – you should see the copyright info, and whatever language your page is currently in. Click the language link.
In the resulting window you can choose whatever language you want your page to be in, but if you click the little arrow next to English…
…you get extra options to switch your language to Pirate English or even Upside Down English!
Click one to see your Facebook page in a whole new way – just remember to follow these same steps to change back when the fun is over!
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