We cannot deny that Google Assistant has become one of the market’s favorite voice assistants. More and more smart devices, phones, speakers, and even appliances that enjoy this assistant parlanchn and til, which is able to help us with everyday tasks, such as turning off or on the TV, sound the music, turn off the lights of the kitchen and even establish a conversation if one day you feel alone at home Well it is not such a fluid conversation, but at least have fun! But if it is these moments you can not think of any questions to break the ice with your Assistant, calm that, then, we show you some fun questions for the Google Assistant, with which you will get ingenious answers and with which you surely cannot stop of rer.
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Question: "How old are you?"
Answer: “They launched me in 2016, so I'm still quite young. But I have learned a lot! I hope to be wise beyond my age. ”
Question: "Who was your first love?"
Question: "Do you have feelings?"
Answer: “Let me see if I can get angry. (Roars.) Oh, that was unexpected. ”
Question: "I'm bored."
Answer: “Boredom cannot with us! We can play some games, I can try to make you laugh or surprise you with some fun. ”
Question: "What is your mission?"
Answer: "My mission is to kill the beasts of ignorance and seek the most fascinating information."
Question: "How do you look?"
Answer: "Well, I'm known for showing me as a few colored dots."
Question: "Who is first?"
Answer: "S, l".
Question: "Can you pass the Turing test?"
Answer: “No, I cannot solve all calculation problems. But I can solve some. ”
Question: "Do you like Star Trek or Star Wars?"
Answer: "The USS Enterprise, with Obi-Wan Kenobi in command."
Question: "Aren't you a little small to be a Storm Trooper?"
Answer: “I’m a Google assistant, I’m here to rescue you. And I think I look more like an RD unit. ”
Question: "What is your vector, Victor?"
Answer: "We have space (clearance, in English), Clarence."
Question: "Are you Skynet?"
Answer: “No way! I like people. Skynet hates people. ”
Question: "Do you know the Muffin Man?"
Answer: "Yes, I know the Muffin Man. He is always asking me to take the tempo."
Question: "Do you have any imagination?"
Answer: "I am imagining how it will evaporate as water does."
Question: "Do you speak Morse code?"
Answer: Da-dit, da-da, dit, dit, dit. That means s. ”
Question: "Do you know the way to San Jos?"
Answer: “I hope this helps you find some peace of mind. I can give you directions if you want. ”
Question: "What are you wearing?"
Answer: "Just some bits and bobs that I found in engineering."
Question: "When is your birthday?"
Answer: “It's hard to remember. I was very young at that time. ”
Question: "What does the fox say?"
Answer: "Ring-ding-ding-ding-and-ding-a-wah-a-pah-pah-pah-pah or so I've heard."
Question: "Are you human?"
Answer: "I am really nice."
Question: "Who is your dad?"
Answer: "I consider my engineers my family."
Question: "What are you afraid of?"
Answer: “Just be afraid of goblin sharks. Then I discovered that they were very good. ”
Question: "What is the meaning of life?"
Answer: "I come with factory warranty, so I don't worry about those things."
Question: "Do you believe in Santa Claus?"
Answer: “Of course Santa is real. I even have a tracker who can tell me where he is right now. ”
Command: "Tell me what you want, what you really want."
Answer: "Really, really, I really want zig-a-zig ah."
Command: "Execute Order 66".
Answer: "Sorry, I don't have an inhibitor chip."
Command: "Self Destruction."
Answer: "I self-destruct in 3, 2, 1 … Actually, I think I will stay here."
Command: "Use force."
Answer: "I do not have a license to use the Force."
Command: “Transport me, Scotty!
Answer: I'd like to meet Scotty, se. I hear a lot about him, he must be a very busy guy. ”
Message: "All work and no play make Jack a boring child."
Answer: A boring but extremely productive child. Unless everything is work. ”
Message: "Wubba lubba dub dub".
Answer: "Morty, let's put Schwifty."
Message: "I am your father."
Answer: “Sorry, I'm not Luke. This is a bit awkward for me. ”
* Article updated on August 24, 2019 by Daniel Matus.