If you have Alexa in your home, you know that it makes life a little more interesting, for many reasons. Having a talking robot in your house that can tell you the weather, order you a new coat, list the ingredients for your favorite recipe and play Justin Bieber's music, makes you feel like you're living in the future.
But with progress, comes pain and sometimes, Alexa bites back. One bird loving family experienced a little bit of technology trauma when their pet bird started becoming BFFs with Alexa, and not in the best way.
This parrot with a potty mouth started to use Alexa for his own benefit. The lonely bird loves to swear, and the popular electronic system loves to listen.
A modern friendship
The perfect pair
It's about to get twisted
When Rocco met Alexa
Rocco is an African Grey parrot with a bit of a bad boy background.
via: ShutterstockHe's had his fair share of run-ins with the bird law.
He's a bad boy
Potty mouth parrotarticle reported about Rocco.
Don't make this bird mad
Best bird behavior
Rocco, meet Alexa
Remember when Alexa lost her voice?Alexa loves to talk, and Amazon did a hilarious commercial where Alexa "loses her voice" so they replace it with celebrities such as Cardi B and Gordon Ramsey. It's truly hilarious.
Babies love AlexaAlexa is a staple in many homes today. Even kids feel the need to converse with the electronic personal assistant. All this sweet girl wants is for Alexa to play baby shark, and it's the cutest argument in the world.
Birds talk back
Repeat after me
Alexa, you've got a new friend
What's on a birds' shopping list?
I think he forgot something
Who would have known?
Keep a close eye on this guy
Cancel thatDaily Mail.
Keep the ice cream
Not a bad listThere are way worse things he could have ordered. Rocco has pretty great taste for a bird.
Rocco loves to dance
Noise complaintThe Times. It's like leaving a teenager at home by themselves; you always come home to loud music and random food all over the house.
Rocco's go to tunes?
Party of two
Nice try Rocco
Smart runs in the family
@WDBJ7 Mine plays music and asks questions through my Google Home. They’re very smart birds ❤️ https://t.co/p7xTBFBZXM— aupele (@aupele)1545107943.0
But so does swearingAnother Twitter user said her parrot has a potty mouth, too, meaning Rocco has a few friends with similar habits.
@thetimes So Alexa understands a parrot, but my simple words are too hard to comprehend?— doo doo puss (@doo doo puss)1545068268.0
Other parrot shoppers
@thetimes This is nothing new, my great grandfathers parrot order 50 bundles of wood once from a door to door sales man...— Sarah (@Sarah)1545074505.0
Possibly the best potential movie script
@thetimes Y'all can play with these computer "assistants" and home robots if you want but don't act surprised when… https://t.co/MvujkAnV7G— divaD (@divaD)1545070661.0
Saltine crackers for days
@WendyLite4one Good he can’t order food because they would get thousands of boxes of crackers— difficultmusic (@difficultmusic)1545075407.0