September 30, 2021
A mother couldn't help but laugh until her stomach hurt as her son did the unexpected. Taking to Facebook to record this surprising moment, viewers were left in stitches.
A mom from Scotland, Nicola Quinn, took to her Facebook to share a cute and humorous video of her 5-year-old son Seany McEwan's blunder with Siri. The mom couldn't help but giggle at the incident along with McEwan's 38-year-old father, Andy.
Quinn's little boy picked an iPad up, asking the assistant if she could provide him with pictures of Tesco - the supermarket. However, due to his pronunciation, Siri interpreted Seany as asking for "testicles."
As a result, the internet came up with inappropriate pictures, after which the father took the iPad away quickly, asking for Tescos in the correct manner. The Facebook description read:
"When [you're] having an emotional morning and this wee roaster asks siri to show him tesco because he's gonna walk there with his daddy. 🤣"
Andy then handed the tablet back to his son, who proceeded to try again. Siri, once more, misinterpreted Seany's mispronunciation as the mother giggled behind the camera.
She chose to share the video with her friends and relatives online. The clip became quite popular, seemingly reaching beyond her immediate circle.
Nala-Joye was sobbing because she thought it was a passport proving her mom was an alien.
So far, there have been just over 400,000 views and 45 emoji reactions, most of which are laughing faces. The comments reflect this, with almost everyone remarking on how hilarious the incident was.
The mom has since explained that her son wanted to go to this supermarket to buy a magazine with his father. Quinn expressed:
"Any time he goes anywhere he always wants to see a picture of where he is going."
Quinn said her first instinct was to grab the gadget out of his hand but realized that the young man didn't understand what was occurring.
Just like Seany, 5-year-old Nala-Joye didn't comprehend the subject matter she was faced with, but sadly, she was left in tears. The little girl couldn't help but cry when she saw a picture of the earth on her mother's passport.
The mom, Shaakira Brandon, eventually discovered that Nala-Joye was sobbing because she thought it was a passport proving her mother was an alien. Brandon explained that this idea stemmed from the movie "Men In Black."
The mom humorously wrote that perhaps she should not have let her 5-year-old watch the film. If Seany and Nala-Joye prove anything, it's that the innocence of children can sometimes lead to great comedy.