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More pirates on the ‘net

Check out my Facebook menu:

No, I haven’t doctored the image in honour of last month’s Talk Like a Pirate Day. I don’t know why I went into the language selection options, but I saw an unexpected setting there. Alongside English (US) and English (UK), there is English (Pirate).

Perhaps the Facebook crew did it in honour of last month’s Talk Like a Pirate Day and just left it. Who knows. It’s nice to see a little bit of humour from what seems like a monolithic corporation.

What I do know is that it is amusing, at least for a few moments. I did not set it to English (Pirate) and leave it that way, I assure you!


So much for support


Wither the Canadian Oxford Dictionary?

1 Comment

  1. Rustin

    You should try setting the language settings in Google to ‘Bork, Bork, Bork’ it’s hilarious! There’s nothing like a little Swedish Chef to brighten one’s day.

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