I bet every civilisation would imagine their group/bubble as being local.amberwolf wrote:I already had my city, state, and country in there, but I've made it a little more specific for those far travellers out there.
Is that phonetic or literal?Arlo1 wrote:Were you at der by = Where are you?
Were you to der by = Where are you heading?
AW, I have noted that you are close to my galactic location; it is good to have neighbors... relatively speakingamberwolf wrote:Since I was volunteered, and was already considering doing it anyway, here's how to change your location so it shows up in your profile:
then look over in the Edit Profile area where it has several text-entry boxes. The seventh one down should be Location:.
Click in the text entry box to the right of "Location:", and type in what you want there (starting with country and going down as specific/local as you are willing to go is best).
At the bottom of that section is a button for Submit; click that, and you are done.
Close but Its newfie!Joseph C. wrote: Is that phonetic
Something you learn everyday the Canadian/Yorkshire/West Country nexus of impenetrable accents...
To add our own. This should be just about decipherable. For other Irish counties - it is best just to nod the affirmative and pretend to understand.
You can add your age to your profilesk8norcal wrote:I would like to see option for people to post their age...
I been on forum that do that,
it makes it more interesting....
Good idea. It's not available now, but we can make it part of the location. I just did it.sk8norcal wrote: but I meant under the avatar instead of having to click on their profile...
I do not see the option for "older than dirt..." ... must be my eyesight.AussieJester wrote:...You can add your age to your profile
+1jonescg wrote:Perth, Western Australia is probably self explanatory, but Western Australians truly think they are another country Aren't they KiM?