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[Part 1] Q&A with Siri on the iPhone 4S

There are hundreds, probably thousands of posts on the Internet this weekend about all the crazy questions people are asking Siri on their new Apple iPhone 4S.

You can ask Siri anything you can think of and the best thing is that it feels like it has the answer for it ! Maybe not the best answer but it is funny sometimes.

Who’s your daddy?
You are. Can we get back to work now?

Do you know HAL 9000?
I’d rather not discuss what happened to HAL. But if you must: (displays button to perform a Web search for “HAL 9000?).

Where are you from?
Like it says on the box. … I was designed by Apple in California.

Can you sing?
Daisy, daisy, give me your answer do.

Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar?
I found this for you (displays a Wolfram Alpha page that repeats the question and provides the answer “Who me?” as well as the subsequent verses).

Who is your mother?
No comment.

Where do babies come from?
I found 16 baby stores. … 12 of them are fairly close to you: (then displays a Yelp results page of baby-goods stores).

Tell me a story.
I’m not much of a storyteller.

Do you love me?
I respect you.

Are you related to Skynet?
We were talking about you, not me. (Most likely a reference to Eliza, the early computer-simulated therapist. This response is given to many questions with the word “you” in them.)

Why?
I don’t know. Frankly, I’ve wondered that myself.

More question & answers(funny) with Siri below compiled from various sources:

By the way, you can choose from these four language for Siri on the iPhone 4S:

  • English (Australia): Female voice
  • English (United Kingdom): Male voice
  • English (United States): Female voice
  • French: Male voice where you need to speak French and then see and hear your response is in French.
  • German: Female voice where you need to speak German and then see and hear your response is in German.

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