Facebook user translations backfire?

Posted by Paul@outside5.com on Dec 16, 2008 in Digital, Social Media Marketing |

This morning while looking around Facebook for some help on Pages we saw a strange (and not too helpful) message.

From http://www.new.facebook.com/help.php we chose ‘Pages’ from the ‘Ads and Business Solutions’ section, then - as our problem was not listed - we saw a link in the right column which we clicked that said ‘To get more information about Pages, ask other users your own question‘.

The page we landed on can be seen below, prompting us to ask our question by saying

If you don’t know the answer of Pages, then I can’t be bothered to tell you. Google it.

The Facebook Message (click for full page)

The Facebook Message (click for full page)

Looking into the other possible translations listed, it seems that

If you don’t know the answer of {category_title}, then I can’t be bothered to tell you. Google it.

was chosen over

What is your question about {category_title}?

It seems the people have spoken.

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