30 funny things to ask ok Google Home

Google Home is another personal assistant smart speaker gadget to enter homes following the release of the Amazon Echo.

The Google Home costs £129 and is available in a variety of different coloured bases, plus you can also select between a metal or fabric finish.

Useful things your Google Home can do:

  • Play music, listen to the news or radio with Spotify or Google Play Music
  • Check the weather and traffic
  • Adjust the thermostat with Nest heating
  • Calculations and conversions
  • Create a shopping list
  • Turn lights on and off and even change the lighting colour with Philips Hue and Wemo

If you’ve just got your hands on a Google Home we’re sure you’re eager to set it up and get experimenting so here’s a list of funny questions you can ask:

1. “Ok Google, make me laugh”
2. “Ok Google, did you fart?”
3. “Ok Google, what did my cat say?”
4. “Ok Google, bark like a dog”
5. “Ok Google, beatbox”
6. “Ok Google, can you rap?”
7. “Ok Google, what is your quest?”
8. “Ok Google, do you know the Muffin Man?”
9. “Ok Google, sing a song”
10. “Ok Google, sing Happy Birthday”
11. “Ok Google, who are you gonna call?
12. “Ok Google, tell me what you want what you really really want”
13. “Ok Google, who is the real Slim Shady?”

Google Home can make plenty of different animal sounds – the adults will find this just as amusing as the kids! Give it a try by simply saying “Ok Google, what noise does a (say animal name) make?”

14. “Ok Google, wubba lubba dub dub”
15. “Ok Google, aren’t you a little short for a storm trooper?”
16. “Ok Google, what is the loneliest number?”
17. “Ok Google, who’s the fairest of them all?”
18. “Ok Google, where do you live?”
19. “Ok Google, do you speak Morse code?”
20. “Ok Google, what’s cooler than being cool?”
21. “Ok Google, is the cake a lie?”
22. “Ok Google, use the Force”

23. “Ok Google, entertain me”
24. “Ok Google, surprise me”
25. “Ok Google, read a poem”
26. “Ok Google, are you married?”
27. “Ok Google, what’s the longest word you know?”
28. “Ok Google, what is love?”
29. “Ok Google, open the pod bay doors”
30. “Ok Google, what’s the meaning of life?”

As well as asking Google a host of random and funny questions you can also get interactive with your Google Home by playing some fun games:

“Ok Google, crystal ball”
“Ok Google, play a game”
“Ok Google, trivia”
“Ok Google, spin the wheel”

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