Make your Echo pass gas

Make your Amazon Echo fart

“Alexa, ask for a fart!” is my son’s favorite thing to say to the Amazon Echo.

Of course, it involves having the skill switched on and, come on… why wouldn’t you want to have the farting skill turned on. Channel your inner 13 year old boy. (Or, in my case, your inner 6 year old boy.)

If you’ve forgotten how to turn on skills for your Amazon Echo, here’s the instructions from Amazon:

To turn on a skill:

  1. Open the Alexa app.
  2. Open the left navigation panel, and then select Skills.
  3. Scroll through the list of available skills. When you want to go to a different page, select Next orPrevious at the bottom of the list.
    Tip: You can use the Search bar to find a specific skill, or select Refine to sort or filter skills.
  4. When you see a skill you want to use, select Enable.

After you turn on a skill, you can ask Alexa to open and use it. For example, say, “Alexa, open [skill name].” There may be different or additional instructions for using the skill. You can refer to the skill’s detail page in the app to learn more, or say, “Alexa, [skill name] help.” When you no longer want to use a skill, select Disable.

Have fun. There seems to be at least 10 different kinds. Which should, according to my calculations, give you at least 4 hours of non-stop fun.

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