While it’s not unusal for brands to engage with users on social media, it’s rare for a brand to take a dig at them. But that’s just what Google India did when it poked fun at Indian users of the Google Assistant using a ‘We really really really’ meme.
Using the latest meme that has been used by top corporate Twitter accounts in the US – like sports clubs and others – Google India asked Indian users a very serious question: why do people keep asking the Google Assistant to marry them?
“Google, can you map my fastest route to the destination?” and “Hey Google, what’s the score of today’s match ?” may be among the usual questions you ask your Google Assistant, but have you ever asked your Google Assistant to marry you? Turns out, Indian users have.
When Google launched their assistant it was an instant hit. Now, it is even more popular than ever, because of its efficiency.
Recently, Google India asked the users a funny question. They used a meme format to ask why Indian users are asking Google Assistant to marry them.
Check out the link that Google India posted on their official twitter site, using the meme, ‘We really really…’.
want to know why you keep asking the Google Assistant to marry you 🤔
— Google India (@GoogleIndia) January 28, 2019
The AI-powered virtual assistant is primarily available on mobiles and smart home devices, and can engage in two-way conversations. And while it’s not certain how many Indians have asked the Google Assistant to marry them, it may just be a high number going by the tweet.
To this question of Google, Indians came up with their final weapon humour to defend themselves. Their reaction to what Google asked was just hilarious. Check out some of them here :
Hehe… im getting married😍🤣 pic.twitter.com/TzX6tUm11V
— Sarcasto (@Sarco69) January 28, 2019
Because she is very pretty 😄
— Dr. SAURABH SINGH (@saurabhcoach) January 28, 2019
because, it can’t friendzone me.
— Sir Jenkinson (@theEpicGooner) January 28, 2019
So you do listen to what we tell Google Assistant. Point noted.
— Fabin Rasheed (@fabinrasheed) January 28, 2019
Coz you don’t get us Google Girlfriend.
— Savage 🇮🇳 (@CutestFunniest) January 28, 2019
Apple never asked why people ask siri to marry them, perhaps because they know that siri sounds attractive.🙃
— Fazeel Mehraj (@FazeelMehraj) January 28, 2019
Smartest girl in the town , I guess🙄
— Priyaansh (@humorattracts) January 28, 2019
If u think it’s easy to make a girl accept ur proposal..
Then try Google Assistant..
GL is tough..😅
After many tires Google Assistant accepted my proposal.😁 pic.twitter.com/WS4AhH8cNo
— NaaaVeeeN (@SokkiNavee) January 28, 2019
Because after my mom she is the only lady who understand us. 😍
— Nir 🇮🇳 (@Nir_shu) January 30, 2019
— Gowri Shankar C (@gowricgs) January 29, 2019
Because google doesn’t matter if we have girlfriend. 😂
— Rajesh bansode (@RajeshBookrider) January 29, 2019
Because I want to listen a “yes” sometime 😭
— Alexander Armua (@AlexDaztanGr) January 29, 2019
Just as much as we want to know why she keeps friendzoning us! 💔
— The Lone Astronaut (@Astro_Neel) January 28, 2019
Why are you listening to everything we say
— Nishant Vyas (@vikipediatweets) January 28, 2019
— vignesh iyer (@iamviyer) January 29, 2019
Proposal accepted🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/ugr1pfSdks
— Aditya Singh (@millionaire_25) January 29, 2019
Because it is one who does not slap 👋 back 🤣🤣😂😂😂
— kamarshad (@kamarshad) January 29, 2019
It’s our personal chat, why do you listen first???
— Not A BABA (@meswastik) January 29, 2019
Bcz she will talk only when i talk. 😂😂
— Anytime savage ❁ (@Savage_Anytime) January 28, 2019
The ‘really really really’ meme gained popularity in January on Twitter in which people write what they want after typing the word “really” multiple times to create a wave pattern.
Now comment what’s so desperate for Indians to marry a Google assistant ??