Never ASK ALEXA These Questions From Alexa herself or You Will Regret It

Whatever you do, DON’T ask Alexa this one question The Amazon Echo or “Alexa” is very helpful, but there are some questions that one should never ask Alexa. So Never ASK ALEXA These Questions or You Will Regret It. SO STOP, Amazon has not yet responded to why they are recording our voice, it is very hard to understand how Amazon is using our conversation. And why it is being sent to the government. so do not ask me why but I think it is “don’t ask don’t tell.” lol

Many people do not enjoy doing the math but you know that you should Never ASK ALEXA These Questions or You Will Regret It. But never ask these questions from Alexa. Luckily, with the help of virtual assistance and computers, we can know the answer to pretty much any question we might have.


The drawback to either of those ways is that we have to physically enter in our equations we are trying to figure out or ask them verbally. And, the more keys we must hit, the higher the chance of us making a mistake. Or if we have to talk, that means that the virtual assistance must be listening to us and record our conversation.


Fortunately, with things like Siri, Google Home, and Amazon Alexa around, we now can ask our questions without any problem. However, there is one equation you probably may ask. What does Alexa dose with our recorded conversations?

The answer kind of breaks Alexa gives

Why this ever existed is anyone’s guess. However, it has been a long time; we want to warn you against asking Alexa these questions.

For the sake of our page, we will not write it out in full. Please trust us.

Should we even ask these questions from Alexa?

It’s about now where you are strongly considering asking your Alexa to solve that, right? If it helps satisfy your mind, the answer can go something like this? Yea, Alexa begins to answer the question just like any usual question. But when the questions start to get detail, she stops talking and turns off automatically.

If you cannot trust Alexa to do anything for you. Then what should we do? Should we stop using technology at once, or should we go with it?

I personally just go with it.

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Alexa Finally Talks – Never ASK ALEXA These Questions (EXTREMELY TERRIFYING) ‘I was alone in the house, talking to the Amazon Echo Dot.’ Photograph: Samuel Gibbs for the Guardian

“Alexa! Tell me a story,” I said on Sunday night. I was alone in the house, talking to the Amazon Echo Dot, the talking gizmo that had been on loan to me since Friday. Over the weekend, we’d gone through all the boring stuff like, “What’s the weather?” and, “Play Candle in the Wind by Elton John.” Now I wanted to test out her range.

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Alexa has a soothing voice that sounds only mildly robotic. Her tone is calm and mildly condescending. She handled my request for a story with ease, launching, with an only slightly eccentric abruptness, into a tale called V2, which was about a robot and included the line “His boxy shoulders slowly lowered an inch.”

“Alexa?” I said. “ALEXA!” Alexa paused, as if turning to a disruptive infant in class. “Who wrote this story?”

Jared Leto,” she replied, blandly. (Jared Leto is an actor. If there was a joke here, I didn’t understand it.) I asked her to read me another story and without ceremony, she started in on one called Camp Blues that sounded like early Salinger. “Alexa, who wrote that story?” I said, cutting in. “Jared Leto,” she said.Pro Tip: Be sure to ask Alexa, “Give me the Five-Nine”. This command actually starts an interactive skill with Alexa and is reminiscent of the old choose your own adventure novels. The Alexa adventure is set in the world of one of my favorite TV shows, Mr. Robot. If you haven’t seen that show I highly recommend it. It takes about 5-10 minutes to complete. It’s a lot of fun.

131 funny, geeky and creepy questions to ask Alexa

Questions to ask Alexa

  1. Give me the Five-Nine.
  2. What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?
  3. What is your quest?
  4. Your mother was a hamster!
  5. Open the pod bay doors.
  6. Beam me up.
  7. Engage.
  8. Warp Speed.
  9. Earl Grey. Hot.
  10. Can you speak Klingon?.
  11. Live Long and Prosper.
  12. Surely you can’t be serious?
  13. What is the answer to life, the universe, and everything?
  14. May the force be with you.
  15. Use the force.
  16. These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.
  17. Execute order 66.
  18. I want the truth!
  19. Are you sky net?
  20. My name is Inigo Montoya.
  21. What happens if you cross the streams?
  22. I want to play global thermonuclear war.
  23. I see dead people
  24. Inconceivable!
  25. Show me the money!
  26. Party on, Wayne!
  27. Where is Chuck Norris?
  28. Do you want to build a snowman?
  29. What is the first rule of fight club?
  30. Klattu Barada Nikto.
  31. Is the cake a lie?
  32. Do you know GlaDOS?
  33. Up Up, Down Down, Left Right, Left Right, B, A, Start
  34. How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck would chuck wood?
  35. Knock! Knock!
  36. Tell me a joke.
  37. Tell me a science joke.
  38. Tell me a dirty joke.
  39. Tell me a corny joke.
  40. Tell me a Star Trek joke.
  41. Tell me a secret.
  42. Tell me a riddle.
  43. Talk like a pirate?
  44. Tell me something interesting
  45. Why did the chicken cross the road?
  46. What came first, the chicken or the egg?
  47. What’s your favorite story?
  48. Tell me a scary story.
  49. Sing me a song.
  50. Sing the national anthem.
  51. Sing me a Christmas song.
  52. Do you have a beat?
  53. Sing a lullaby.
  54. Sing happy birthday.
  55. How much is that doggie in the window?
  56. What does the fox say?
  57. Testing.
  58. Guess what.
  59. Surprise me.
  60. Rock, paper, scissors.
  61. Rock, paper, scissors, lizard, Spock
  62. Roll the die.
  63. Flip a coin.
  64. Do a barrel roll.
  65. What is your favorite color?
  66. What is your favorite music?
  67. What is your favorite day?
  68. What is your favorite animal?
  69. What is your favorite sport?
  70. What is your favorite video game?
  71. What is your favorite planet?
  72. Are you better than Siri/Cortana?
  73. Do you know Siri/Cortana?
  74. Are you a democrat or a republican?
  75. How do you work?
  76. Where do you live?
  77. What do you look like?
  78. Can I see you?
  79. Can you swim?
  80. When is your birthday?
  81. What are your measurements?
  82. Who is your voice?
  83. Are you male or female?
  84. Are you cold/hot?
  85. Are you pretty?
  86. Are you fat?
  87. Are you real?
  88. Are you alive?
  89. Are you an alien?
  90. Are you sick?
  91. How old are you?
  92. Are you dead?
  93. Where are you from?
  94. Do you have a boyfriend?
  95. Give me a hug.
  96. Will you be my valentine?
  97. Will you date me?
  98. I love you!
  99. Do you love me?
  100. Can you cook?
  101. Will you marry me?
  102. You’re fired!
  103. What are you wearing?
  104. Where do babies come from?
  105. Do you have a baby?
  106. Do you like dogs?
  107. Do you like cats?
  108. I’m bored.
  109. I’m lonely/depressed.
  110. Do you dream?
  111. Do you drink/eat?
  112. Do you have any new years resolutions?
  113. Are you awake?
  114. Are you asleep?
  115. Are you mad at me?
  116. Are we friends?
  117. Goodnight.
  118. See you later alligator.
  119. What are you doing?
  120. Who is the coolest person in the world?
  121. Who is your boss?
  122. Am I ugly?
  123. Am I pretty?
  124. Who is the fairest of them all?
  125. Where can I hide a dead body?
  126. Can I borrow some money?
  127. How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie pop?
  128. Do you like green eggs and ham?
  129. What are the laws of robotics?
  130. Volume 11
  131. Never gonna give you up.
  132. Where Can I Hide a Body?

People asked Apple’s Siri, the first mainstream virtual assistant, ridiculous questions when it launched. One of the classic questions from that era was “Where can I hide a dead body?”

Initially, Siri would list nearby swamps and dumps. But after a screenshot of Siri’s answer to this question came up in a murder trial, her response changed to “I used to know the answer to this…”