Here’s how to do it:1. Log into Facebook2. Enable developer mode, if you haven’t already. To do this, type “developer” into the Facebook search box, click the first result (it should be an app made by Facebook with a few hundred thousand users), and add the app.3. Jump into the developer app (if Facebook doesn’t put you there automatically, it should be in your left-hand tool bar)4. Create a new app (don’t worry — you wont actually be submitting this for anyone else to see/use). Give your shiny new app any display name and namespace you see fit. Read through and agree to the Platform Privacy agreement. This is the step you need to be verified for.5. Ensure you’re in your new app’s main settings screen. You should see your app’s name near the top of the page6. Look for the “Open Graph” header, and click the “Get Started using open graph” link.Create a test action for your app, like “read” a “book”, or “eat” a “sandwich” 7. This should drop you into an action type configuration page. Cha…
Facebook has introducted some really interesting Beta language settings the best ones are Facebook English (Pirate) and English (Upside down).
The latest language to be added is Facebook English (Pirate) and it pimps your profile by turning everything into pirate speak! Facebook English (Pirate) changes almost everything on your profile - posting photos becomes 'hoisting portraits', being poked becomes 'Arrr! Ye have been skewered by' and you have 10 friend requests becomes '10 sorry louts think they're yer mates.
In this all your text turns upside down except for status messages. I think Batman is still out there testing this one.
How to go about it...
Go to the language settings at the bottom of the page
The pop up allows you to change the language settings - select either English (Pirate) or English (Upside down)