Sexy One-Liner

Biker Buddy and I spent Christmas Day night eating appetizers, downing some brew, and watching the Green Bay Packers vs. Cleveland Browns football game.

We got on the subject of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and his age. I thought 38, but picked up my smart phone, went to Google and clicked on the little microphone that allows voice to text, to confirm. As I was doing so, Biker Buddy made a comment to the effect of, “He (Rodgers) has more wrinkles than either of us.”

I responded with a justification as to why…

“We’re sexy babes.”

Funny, right? But not as funny as Google, who picked up my voice and searched for sexy babes rather than a quarterback.

Biker buddy laughed, but also made note that I was going to end up with porn.

Yikes. Not feeling lucky at this point.

After a small gasp, I quickly ended my Google session and we went on to watch the Packers win (barely) their game.

Just a reminder, folks, to make sure you’re telling Google or Siri or Alexa exactly what you want, when you want, so that the end result is not something inappropriate or overly sexy.


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25 responses to Sexy One-Liner

  1. quiall says:

    Siri and I have parted ways. It was an amicable split I simply hit the delete button. She didn’t laugh at my jokes. Nasty bitch!

    • bikerchick57 says:

      Happy New Year to you too, Teagan. May you be happy, healthy and use your voice option wisely. Gibbs sends Crystal a “meow!”

  2. henhouselady says:

    You have to be careful about what you ask for when using Siri. I find it irritating, but Rooster is constantly talking to his phone.

  3. murisopsis says:

    Google is always eavesdropping on me! I asked Sparky to pass the salt and all of a sudden my phone sprang to life and informed me that I could find Himalayan salt at Wal-Mart! Completely creeped me out!!

    • bikerchick57 says:

      Lol, Google is spying on you! It’s bad enough when the ads show up on social media after I do an internet search, but to have Google listen to me 24/7 would be awful…especially when I swear or snore! 😏😁

  4. Mary it was Not until I read you here That I realized That voice text Gmail Must also be Affected by what people Are writing in general to each other in email or online! I had been confused by how often Other phrases were being translated into the Statement “I love you” or into statements of a lot more salacious nature that I simply have almost never really used in emails or online to communicate!

    I could not figure out where they were coming from and now realize they are coming from the googleverse of what everyone else in the world must be typing!

    Sheeesh! Have other folks had this problem as well?

    – MJM, the staid, stoic, serious scrivener…

    • bikerchick57 says:

      Beware the Googleverse and whoever else is translating words. I have to be careful to clearly enunciate when I’m texting someone lest they think I’ve become crazy or lost my mind! 😏

  5. Dan Antion says:

    I’ve managed to get some very wrong answers from Siri. That game looked like it was giving Rogers a few more wrinkles toward the end. I hope you have a very happy new year, starting with a Super Bowl appearance (still hopeful, but I think I’ll be rooting for you guys).

    • bikerchick57 says:

      A Super Bowl appearance will only happen if the Packers can get a monkey off their back and win an NFC championship first. That would make for a great start to 2022.

      • Dan Antion says:

        That needs to happen – for all our sakes! Tell Aaron, when you see him, that we’re counting on him to step up.

      • bikerchick57 says:

        I was at Titletown and Lambeau last night for the lights, but I didn’t see Aaron to give him that message. I think he decided it was too cold outside to hang with us peons..

  6. joey says:

    Please remember that if you ever want to google White House, you want .gov. DOT GOV is crucial. Do not do a dot com on that one. Okay, good talk. x

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