People Have Discovered A Way To Get Siri To Make Orgasm Noises
"Sounds like Siri got one of those remote control jelly beans in her vajay."
People online have discovered that you can really abuse Siri’s ‘What’s My Name’ function.
Like all good trends, the Siri ‘What’s My Name’ misuse started on TikTok with user @gocrazyjames. In the original, James set Siri up to call him “Ahahahahhahahahahahahahahah…” which yielded some unexpected noises. But it was only after the trend made it’s way to Twitter did it really take off.
i have been laughing at this since yesterday. please turn your volume up 😂 pic.twitter.com/SlTduFF2ff
— R a y n e l l e B . (@raybelline) December 5, 2019
Turns out Siri doesn’t pronounce “haha” as the way we know it, and instead trails off into some kind of breathless slurring of words.
Uploaded by Raynelle Baldovino, the slurring Siri inspired others to give the ‘What’s My Name’ function a go for themselves.
— carlojosonn (@carlojosonn) December 5, 2019
BRO 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/Q7tqub46o2
— skye☃️ | SAW SUPERM IN DC (@uwuskyee) December 6, 2019
Getting Siri to call you names isn’t new, after all the “vagina, vagina, vagina, vagina” Vine was born out of abusing the very same feature.
However, this is the first time people have discovered that Siri will try to sound out any number of keyboard mashings. After hearing a few “hahahaha” variations from the virtual assistant, Twitter users started to point out that Siri’s was starting to sound somewhat sexual.
sound like somebody was giving Siri that work!! lmaooo 😂😂😂
— Is my show on? (@ismyshowon) December 7, 2019
Dudes be afraid to moan in they girls ear…..
I be in my girls ear like:
— Yeyup (@Dk8529) December 6, 2019
When she climaxes mid sentence
— Ky🇬🇧🇯🇲 (@kyrann69) December 6, 2019
Sounds like Siri got one of those remote control jelly beans in her vajay
— Mr. steal yo lighter (@baboci_neldi) December 6, 2019
Or at the very least, very breathy and familiar.
Can literally feel her breathe on me
— Wolimot (@Ifeedayoo_) December 6, 2019
— Josh 🐶 (@kingjayy24__) December 6, 2019
So people tried different sounds to see what kind of range Siri possessed. This included trying to turn the iPhone service into a VSCO girl.
— ٩( ᐛ )و (@helloimgabbyy) December 6, 2019
And inadvertently trying to get Siri to “pspspsps” over a cat.
— ⚰️ (@meg_coffin) December 6, 2019
That’s how it sounds when you call the cat over to you.
— Bodega Sage⁶𓅓🇩🇴🇵🇷 (@champagne_sage) December 6, 2019
Even the Brits across the pond tried to see if their Siri’s could do the same.
british siri different pic.twitter.com/9QN4j0bPqb
— limfow (@kieferedralin) December 6, 2019
But somehow it all just ended up sounding like an impromptu rap session.
Sounds like my British Siri is beatboxing pic.twitter.com/c9lHzZv52t
— tracey and 108 others (@tracey_km) December 6, 2019
Wow, the power of technology.