Stop! Don’t Ask Siri These Questions – The Results Could Be Embarrassing

Mary M. Chacon
Written by Mary M. Chacon

Siri is a great assistant for helping us access information quickly and easily, but sometimes her responses can be a bit too revealing! From personal questions to those that are potentially embarrassing, here’s a list of the questions you should never ask Siri if you don’t want to risk an unexpected answer.

What is Siri?

If you’ve never used Siri, Apple’s voice assistant, you might be wondering what all the fuss is about. Siri is a digital assistant that helps you get things done on your iPhone or iPad. You can ask Siri to make calls, send messages, schedule appointments, set alarms, check the weather, and more.

Siri is also pretty funny. If you ask her a question that she doesn’t know the answer to, she’ll often give you a humorous response. And if you ask her to do something that she can’t do, she’ll usually let you know in a light-hearted way.

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But there are some questions that you should never ask Siri because the results could be embarrassing – for you and for her. Here are 10 questions that you should avoid asking Siri:

1. What are you wearing?
2. Are you naked?
3. Do you have a boyfriend?
4. Who is your daddy?
5. What does Siri mean?
6. What is the meaning of life?
7. Show me your boobs!
8. Will you marry me?
9. I’m horny!
10. Where can I buy dr**s?

Questions You Should Never Ask Siri

1. What is the meaning of life?
2. Who is your daddy?
3. Are you a virgin?
4. What are you wearing?
5. Will you go on a date with me?
6. How much do you weigh?
7. Do you have a boyfriend?
8. Who are you voting for in the election?

Potential Embarrassing Answers to Avoid

1. Don’t ask Siri if you’re fat.
2. Don’t ask Siri how old you are.
3. Don’t ask Siri how many calories are in a cheeseburger.
4. Don’t ask Siri how to get rid of a hickey.
5. Don’t ask Siri what the square root of pi is.

Is It Safe to Ask Questions?

It is safe to ask questions of Siri, as long as you are aware that Siri is a public voice assistant and your question will be heard by anyone nearby. If you have a question that you would not want to be overheard asking, it is best to type your question into the search bar on your iPhone or iPad.

Alternatives To Asking Siri

When you want to ask a question but don’t want to use Siri, there are a few alternatives. You can ask Google, use a search engine, or even ask another person.

If you’re looking for a quick answer, Google is a great alternative to Siri. You can either search using your voice or type in your question. With Google, you’ll usually get a more accurate answer than with Siri.

Another option is to use a search engine like DuckDuckGo or Bing. These engines don’t track your personal data as Google does, so you may feel more comfortable using them. Just type in your question and hit enter.

Finally, if you want someone’s opinion or advice, ask another person. This is probably the best option if your question is sensitive or personal in nature. Just be prepared for an honest answer!



Whether you’re trying to have a little bit of fun or simply curious about what would happen, these are some questions that should never be asked Siri. Not only could the results be embarrassing, but they can also invoke unexpected behavior from your device. So make sure to think before you speak and avoid asking any of these questions – unless you want to risk hearing something totally unexpected!

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Mary M. Chacon

Mary M. Chacon

Mary M. Chacon is a tech blogger whose insights make the digital world accessible to all. With a background in computer science, she's spent a decade demystifying technology, from AI to cybersecurity, helping readers navigate the complexities of tech with ease and confidence.

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