Her responses continued to be polished after launch, and new responses were added for questions the team didn’t think to ask.
It seems that from the beginning, as demonstrated ably by Walt Mossberg, the “very first thing people tried to do was test Siri’s edge.
At first, you’ll be talking on the phone all day long, texting how much you miss each other, and video chatting every chance you get.
Then she’ll slowly get used to her changed environment and make new friends, many of which might be dudes.
My husband and I have sex three or four times a week, and I masturbate at least twice a week, but that's not enough to keep me happy.
Whenever my husband needs a day off, I feel unattractive and rejected, and I start feeling sorry for myself.
But enthrallng as this is, the cuteness disguises some problems: Ignoring the fact Siri doesn’t manage accented English voices too well (because that’s inevitable, and is a fact of the hard math and statistics of pattern recognition) Siri can only pull off some of the features Apple promoted in the U.
S.–big things like reviews of restaurants or directions to places.
If anybody asked me whether they should get into a long-distance relationship, I’d tell them to call it a wrap and move onto the next one.
"You, sir, the one who thinks your wife should have sex with you every morning and night, have I got a gal for you!
" "Ma'am, you're satisfied if your sexual encounters are limited to the summer and winter solstice, and I've got an equally celibate guy I want to introduce you to." There's nothing wrong with being powered by a raging libido, as long as you can channel this explosive energy productively. You must recognize this physical engine is actually in service of what sounds like a shriveled and needy ego.
I'd been on Tinder a few months, and had a pretty good idea of the lay of the land.
Two-thirds of matches respond to me, and going from the app to texting is a big move that usually takes a day or two of Tinder chatting.