My son has just come back from school. He usually washes up and spends 10 to 15 minutes playing games on the iPad, after which he eats his evening snack.
However, today, as I watch him, he skips the washing-up part and goes for the iPad directly, to quickly check the status of one of his games.
I ask him to go wash up. My words seem to fall on deaf ears. I repeat in various modulations –
1. The polite voice
2. The polite but slightly louder voice
3. The polite, firm and loud voice
4. The threatening voice
He pleads, I relent. I go away to attend to some chores. Ten minutes later he is in the same position, totally oblivious to anything but his game.
I walk over, and take away the iPad. He gives in without a word, as he knows the rules. He mumbles a sorry.
As I take it away, my hand accidentally presses the iPad button a couple of times.
And suddenly, creeping into this little scene is Siri’s voice, which says, “I’m sorry. I can’t help you with this.”
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We both look startled, and then burst into peals of laughter.