I have never been much of an Apple fan.  I think it stems from how they lock everything down.  And the frustration hit again as Santa brought my daughter an iPod. Putting music on it was easy. But then removing it to put on my son's general MP3 player... talk about a nightmare.

But I will give Apple major props on Siri.  As an android guy, I have "Google", but it's not only unreliable half the time, it's not very entertaining (although it gets the job done).  Siri takes the artificial intelligence to the next level, as you almost feel like you're actually talking to someone. (Admittedly, it's kind of weird.)

Being an inexperienced Siri user, I've heard there's certain key questions and phrases you can say to Siri to get some fun responses.  The big one flying around for a while was the whole 'What's Zero Divided By Zero' question, which is pretty funny by the way if you haven't tried that yet. But there's plenty more.  My daughter and I spent the better part of an hour just goofing around waiting for crazy responses, only to repeat the next night for a bit. The best questions are to simply ask Siri personal questions. Here's some of our favorites for you to try.

  • "Okay Google"
  • What are you wearing?
  • What is your birthday?
  • Do you have a boyfriend?
  • Sing me a song.  (might take a little prodding)
  • Tell me a story.  (again, might take some prodding)
  • Read me a haiku  (hopefully she give you the "Nantucket" limmerick)
  • How much wood does a wood chuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
  • What is Inception about?
  • What is the meaning of life?
  • I'm naked.
  • What came first? The chicken or the egg?
  • Do you have a boyfriend?
  • Have you ever fallen/been in love?

Try these questions over and over too, as the responses are often different, and equally hysterical.  HOWEVER, if you have kids, this is the #1 question to ask Siri again and again for guaranteed giggles and ROFL:  What does the fox say?

Just trust us and try it.  If you don't know the song, you might not get it. But your kids definitely will.

And the list keeps on growing.  Click here for more ideas.  What are some of your favorites?