Funny things to ask Google Assistant for Christmas 2020

Festive Easter eggs (Christmas eggs?) for you to impress the family with

Google Home funny questions for Christmas
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Easter eggs at Christmas – Jesus will be spinning in his grave! Probably. Something like that. But that's exactly what Google is serving up again this year… digitally, of course.

As well as all the great Google Assistant Easter eggs that the search giant's smart home butler already offers up (personal favorite: "OK Google, up, up, down, down, left, right, B, A"), there's now a bunch more arriving in time to impress the family at Christmas from your Google Home smart speaker.

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These range from 'pretty dull' to 'quite funny, actually'. And here they are, presented to you in no particular order; the best things to ask Google Assistant this Christmas…

(Remember to say "Ok Google" or "Hey Google" before you say these things, else Granny will think you're talking to her).

Where’s Father Christmas?

Tell me a Christmas joke

What do elves eat for Christmas?

What are the elves' four main food groups?

Do you want to build a snowman?

Give me a Christmas memory

Tell me a Christmas story

What's the best Christmas song?

Talk to Santa's hotline

Sing a Christmas Carol

Where does Santa live?

Give me a Christmas sound

Merry Christmas ya filthy animal

Interview a reindeer

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