Bizarre Google Assistant Voice Commands: A Collection of Oddly Specific Requests

Have you ever asked your Google Assistant to do something strange or oddly specific? Maybe you wanted to know the distance between the Earth and the moon in cheeseburgers, or you needed help finding a lost sock under your couch. Well, below are some bizarre Google Assistant voice commands that you can try out for yourself. These commands are a collection of some of the weirdest and most obscure requests you can make to your virtual assistant. So put on your thinking cap and get ready to explore the odd and wonderful world of Google Assistant voice commands.

#1 Food and Drink

“Hey Google, what’s the calorie count of a unicorn?”

“Ok Google, what’s the recipe for a pizza cake?”

“Hey Google, tell me a joke about tacos.”

“Ok Google, what’s the best way to cook a steak in space?”

“Hey Google, how many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop?”

#2 Animals and Nature

“Hey Google, how many hairs are on a squirrel?”

“Ok Google, what’s the lifespan of a fly?”

“Hey Google, what’s the difference between a bison and a buffalo?”

“Ok Google, what’s the average rainfall on Mars?”

“Hey Google, can a snail survive being flushed down a toilet?”

#3 Technology and Science

“Hey Google, what’s the meaning of life?”

“Ok Google, what’s the most powerful computer in the world?”

“Hey Google, can you explain quantum mechanics to me?”

“Ok Google, what’s the difference between AI and machine learning?”

“Hey Google, can you tell me a Star Wars joke?”

#4 Pop Culture and Entertainment

“Hey Google, what’s the best way to train a dragon?”

“Ok Google, can you sing me a song from Frozen?”

“Hey Google, what’s the plot of the movie Step Brothers?”

“Ok Google, who would win in a fight between Batman and Superman?”

“Hey Google, what’s the name of the actor who played Neo in The Matrix?”

#5 Random and Miscellaneous

“Hey Google, what color is a mirror?”

“Ok Google, can you tell me a joke in Spanish?”

“Hey Google, what’s the capital of Atlantis?”

“Ok Google, can you translate ‘I love you’ into Klingon?”

“Hey Google, what’s the value of pi to the millionth digit?”