Alexa for Southerners Video: Due for a Gullywasher!

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Available in Burlap and Reclaimed Barn Wood

Well kiss my grits!

If you are southern or have southern friends, you will immediately recognize the authenticity of this hilarious parody, compliments of It’s A Southern Thing. It’s Amazon Echo for Southerners!

Available in burlap ‘n lace or reclaimed barn wood, this southern-fried Echo device teaches kids manners and helps you live a “proper” and more wholesome lifestyle. Just don’t ask her to order you anything from the Pillsbury Dough Boy!

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Next to SNL’s Amazon Echo Silver / Alexa for Seniors skit, this is probably my favorite Alexa meme out there.  Although there are certainly several interesting attempts out on YouTube.

What do you think of this meme?   Do you already own an Alexa device?  Do you feel like she is already polite enough or could she stand to learn some more southern manners?

More importantly, which do you like best: fried chicken, grits, or biscuits and gravy.  Please leave a comment below and let us know!


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Tim Brennan is a technology blogger and host of the @TecTimmy YouTube channel. He shares insights about smart home tech at oneSmartcrib, home theater systems at UniversalRemoteReviews, and the future of AI in writing at Writeinteractive. A graduate of the Northeastern University School of Journalism, he has written about technology for 30 years. He lives on the ocean in scenic Nahant, Massachusetts.

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