Apple iPhone's personal assistant Siri started off as a tool to help make your life easier.
Since it's invention, a grand total of 0 people have used it to actually to make a reminder about that important meeting next week. Instead, people prefer to ask Siri far more important questions like, "Where can I hide a dead body?", "Read me a haiku?" and "Beatbox?" (Try these questions out for yourself!)
Alas, there are also things you should never say to Siri. The Sun reported that a Facebook user called Latoya Beckett recently posted urging people to say the number '108' into Siri.
"You'll thank me later," she wrote. But her prank ended up causing a lot of trouble, because saying 108 to Siri puts your call through to emergency services.
This prank is dangerous as the 000 system is already strained and under immense amounts of pressure. To make things worse, another user urged people to say '108' into Siri and then close their eyes for five minutes, meaning they wouldn't notice the call.
Other numbers you shouldn't say are 110, 112, 999, 911 and – obviously – 000.