Amazon Alexa is a family-friendly voice assistant, which means it doesn’t use or condone the use of strong language and profanity, for the most part. However, you can still get Alexa’s virtual assistant Goody-Two-Shoes to use words and crudités almost at will. So today we’re going to show how you can make Alexa swear using a few simple tricks.
Make Alexa swear with ease
It’s important to realize that Alexa does not officially use any profanity. However, in this article, we will describe some workarounds that you can use to trick the software into becoming a potty. The methods will work on both the Alexa mobile app and Echo devices. So, without further ado, let’s see how you can get Amazon Alexa to use profanity and profanity.
1. Alexa Announcements
Perhaps the easiest way to get Alexa to swear is to have her “announce” something with a curse word of a certain description. Of course, the most blatant profanity is still off limits, but it still allows those rated PG, like jerk, ass****, d***head, etc. To do this, you issue the voice command: “Alexa, announce that John Doe is a moron” (or something a little vulgar).
Of course, you can also do this from the Alexa app by going to “Communicate -> Announce” and typing your NSFW announcement. The voice assistant will read everything you type and broadcast it throughout your home. You need to be careful while using this feature and not to profanity your kids’ room.
2. Samuel L. Jackson Vocal Skill
Amazon introduced the Samuel L. Jackson Alexa voice with just a few commands and responses in 2019. Since then, it has added 30,000 new phrases, including five times the explicit content, as well as a custom wake word. Sure, it’s a premium feature that’ll set you back $4.99 but brings some of thespian’s most hilarious profanity in its indomitable style.
After making the purchase, make sure to turn off the explicit filter (Settings -> Music -> Explicit Filter) to start with. Then, whenever you ask Alexa to issue a reminder for something, expect Sam Jackson to say: “I don’t remind you $hit.” Of course, Alexa will still remind you of $hit, but she’ll use swear words while she’s at it.
Check out Samuel L. Jackson’s Alexa Skill ($4.99)
3. Simon Says Competence
The “Simon Says” skill is yet another proven way to get Alexa to repeat swear words. Again, the crudest swear words are off limits, but you can get around this by use phonetically similar words, such as using ‘faq’, ‘fudge’ or ‘faulk’ instead of the f-word.
For inspiration on dirty words that might get through with Alexa, check out RhymeZone, which offers a ton of similar-sounding options.
Check out Simon’s Alexa skill says (To free)
4. Custom Questions and Answers with Amazon Blueprints
Amazon announced Alexa Skill Maps a few years ago, to help users create their own custom Alexa responses for any query. As you’d expect, people soon discovered they could use it to trick Alexa into using swear words. They could now compel the assistant to answer decent queries with seemingly rude tirades using similar words.
For example, you could ask him – “Alexa, do you think I’m funny?” and he will respond with “I don’t think so. » It’s priceless, is it?
Swear Alexa on your Echo, Android or iOS device
Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant has thousands of skills in its repertoire, including those for controlling any smart IoT device, setting timers, weather updates, creating lists, reading daily news, etc. Although he’s usually a very award-winning home helper, you can turn him into a rude degenerate using our tutorial above. So go ahead and try these methods and let us know which ones worked best for you.
If you have any workarounds to turn Alexa into a mouth assistant, let us know in the comments and we’ll try them too.