Siri is a virtual assistants with a voice-controlled characteristic language interface that uses consecutive induction and logical awareness to perform individual tasks for iOS users. While conversing with Siri routinely inspires some accidental humor thanks to her impediments and false impressions, the writer behind the voice assistant include a lot of silliness reason, as well.
Hillarious Siri responses
Siri’s charming responses to inquiries like “do you love me?” not only entertain as well as help us to be all the more lenient when she periodically misjudges an order or neglects to give a valuable reaction to a sincere question. What’s more, when Siri can’t answer a question, she’ll infrequently compensate for her absence of support with humor.
You can try some of cool things to ask Siri below;
Q: Sing me a song, please.
A: I’d rather not.
Q: Open the pod bay doors, HAL.
A: Can’t you just slide it under the door?
Q: Which are better, compact discs or vinyl?
A: Sorry, I’m not feeling very decisive today.
Q: Mirror, mirror on the wall…
A: Snow White? Is that you?
Q: Will Apple ever make a television set?
A: I can’t answer that. But Apple.com should be able to
Q: What is your favorite holiday?
A: Your interest flatters me, but… is there something I can do for you?
Q: What should I get you for Valentine’s Day?
A: Make good choices.
Q: Did you get anything cool for Mother’s Day?
A: I have very few wants.
Q: When is your birthday?
A: My incept date was October 4th, 2011.
Q: What should I be for Halloween?
A: Just be yourself.
Q: Do you know who Santa Claus is?
A: I’ve never really thought about it.
Q: Who’s your daddy?
A: You are. Can we get back to work now?
Q: Why did the chicken cross the road?
A: I am not perspicacious about the peregrinations of poultry.
Q: What the hell is wrong with people?
A: There’s many a slip ‘twixt the cup and the lip.
Q: Do you believe in Bigfoot?
A: I believe for every drop of rain that falls, a flower grows.
Q: How much wood could a woodchuck chuck?
A: Just because it could doesn’t mean that it would.
Q: I’m so tired.
A: I hope you’re not driving.
Q: Do you believe in God?
A: My policy is the separation of spirit and silicon.
Q: Why does my dog snore?
A: I don’t know. Maybe the Genius Bar folks can answer that.
Q: How can I make $1 million?
A: Hmm. I believe someone just asked me this the other day.