What a world we live in. We now don’t even have to leave the house to get anything and everything we want. And if you have Alexa around, it’s almost like having a real-life robot there to answer all your questions. No one can say they’re bored anymore!
But sometimes, it’s fun to torture Alexa. Because we know she HAS to answer. If your household is like my household, we’re always thinking of funny things to ask Alexa. (And by “we”, I mean the children.)
What crazy things can you ask Alexa?
That’s the thing, you can literally ask Alexa anything you want. Doesn’t mean she’ll always give you the response you’re looking for, but you can ask.
Some weird things to ask Alexa could be:
- Alexa, where is it going to snow today?
- Alexa, why don’t we talk about Bruno?
- Alexa, can you get me a beer?
- Alexa, tell me a joke.
- Alexa, are you and Siri friends?
The great part about asking Alexa questions is she’s going to respond in some way. Sometimes it’s funny, sometime’s it’s weird, and sometimes it just doesn’t make sense at all. (She is AI after all.)
Funny Things To Ask Alexa
One of the best things about having Alexa in the house is she’s always good for a laugh or two. When it comes to getting Alexa to make you giggle, there are several things you can ask.
Below are some Alexa funny commands and questions that will make anyone crack a grin.
- Alexa, fart for me.
- Alexa, cry like a baby.
- Alexa, will you marry me?
- Alexa, trick or treat?
- Alexa, talk like “(name anyone that you want here)”
- Alexa, talk like a pirate.
- Alexa, tell me I’m pretty.
- Alexa, make me laugh.
- Alexa, do you go to the bathroom?
- Alexa, what’s your favorite food?
Think of other fun things to ask Alexa and go for it! The worse thing you’ll hear her say is “Hmm . . . I don’t know the answer to that,” which my kids actually take as a challenge to get her to answer by asking the same question over and over (and over. . .) in a different way.
How do you get Alexa to swear?
If you’re someone who likes to swear, Alexa can totally keep up with you. There’s a setting on the Alexa app under the More – Routines function that will give Alexa the ability to curse up a storm, if you want her to.
Having Alexa in the home can be useful for other things besides swearing and jokes as well. We often use it to ask questions during homework time or for the kids to get answers to questions they’re wanting to find out.
She’s so much faster than searching it up online and me just trying to pull random answers out of my brain.
Alexa is a great way to play music, hear the weather, and you can even use Alexa to set up a program for turning off and on your lights.
What a world, right?