We’ve all been introduced to the wonderfully welcoming voice of Siri at one point in our lives. If you’re like most people, you’ve owned an iPhone at some point in your life. If you’re a person that knows other people, you know someone that currently owns an iPhone.
It’s become somewhat of a fun party game to tell her certain things and let hilarity ensue whenever she gives a reply to your request. But sometimes the joke can go too far. Below are some things you probably shouldn’t tell Siri.
“I need to hide a body”
Har har har, it’s utterly hilarious. She’ll show you the location of the nearest dumpster bin. And the security services will log your question. It’s more trouble than it’s worth.
“Do I have a disease?”
Siri gets her info from the internet. Try googling a bruise and not finding a result that tells you you’ve got cancer. Just try.
“Call an ambulance”
She’ll think it’s a nickname. Give your mom the nickname “ambulance” and see what happens when you’re in dire need of medical assistance. Mom can’t make every boo-boo go away with a kiss, you know.
“What happened with 9/11?”
Siri isn’t very smart. She’ll think you mean “911” and call the cops on you. Or that’s what they want you to believe – she’ll actually call the cops because you’re digging too much. Mind your own business.
“Show me skin and home parasites”
You don’t want to know what’s out there. If you can’t see it with the naked eye, it’s probably best to pretend it doesn’t exist in the first place.
“Is Jon Snow alive?”
She simply doesn’t have the answer to that question. Luckily, we now do, so there’s little need to ask Siri about it.
“Call my boyfriend/girlfriend”
Siri can’t remove tags once added. She’ll call all your exes too.
“What is this plant?”
Siri doesn’t know, she’s not a botanist. And the internet is filled with non-botanists. See above if you want to know where Siri gets her info.