We all know Siri as the toughest and most complicated robotic chick in town and she has, at one point or another, ruined your life. She's always out to get somebody - in the library, in the public bathroom, or on the road giving you the wrong directions.
My personal relationship with Siri is as promising as a bunny on the highway. If you don't believe me, take a look at this ridiculous conversation that I had with Siri just last night.
I programmed her to call me KP, my initials, because I like it and it reminds me of Kim Possible. And to break the ice, I decided to start the conversation with something... bold.
Wow, Siri moves fast! We've only been talking for a minute and we're already BFFs
Well that went from one hundred to zero real quickly. What happened, Siri?
This made me a little bitter, so we ended up playing this game called 'Who Can Keep Saying OK The Longest?'
... Okay, Siri. You win.
One minute we're friends, and the next minute we're strangers. How much sense does that make?
THE HEAT HAS BEEN IG-NITED.
...And that was the end of our friendship. We were BFFs for, like, 60 seconds though, and that still counts for something. Moral of the story is: although Siri isn't real, the person behind the screen typing out a response to each statement (or at least that's what I imagined it to be like) is very real. Here's a message to you ma'am or sir: I don't want to be your friend either. So HA.