Facebook has many options that can be used to make your profile look best and some features that can be used to keep private and confidential.
One of the features of face-book, setting the language, the website offers a couple of fun linguistic Easter eggs. By default the language is ENGLISH, but if you want to change the language , you can do it.
Choose Facebook display upside down English, or, for anyone feeling a little salty, in "pirate."
Pirate essentially turns your status into your "plank," attachments changes to "loot" and instead of "share" it has the option to "blabber t' yer mates."
Sadly, anything you type in the status bar won't be upside down, or pirate-y. But with the use of some external sites you can achieve the same effect.
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