Asking Google Assistant to Marry You? Google India 'Really' Wants to Know Why
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New Delhi, January 29: Looking for an eligible companion to marry? Get in the queue because it seems Google assistance is currently the most sought after life partner. It's the season of weddings, and while some are lucky enough to tie the knot with their future partners, others are succumbing to the pressure of getting married.

Tired of looking for a potential partner in the real world, people are now proposing Google Assistant to marry them?Wondering the reason behind the trend, Google India took to its Twitter handle asking why people  are chasing the Google Assistant to marry them.[{7c1d98a6-fbca-4ca1-9d99-1ec8a7506656:intradmin/GoogleTweet_Jan29.JPG}]"We really want to know why you keep asking the Google Assistant to marry you," read the tweet.Responding to Google's query, hilarious reactions poured in the comment section. Google Assistant Outperforms Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri in 2018 Smart Speaker IQ Test.

Apologizing on behalf of all "single guys" out there, a user replied: "I am really sorry that you guys have to deal with single guys like us". Answering Google's question another user Tweeted, "Because, it can’t friendzone me"."Because she will talk only when I talk," another replied.Getting a little too emotional to the question, a user said that this is because people are lonely. Google Assistant Receives 4.5 Lakh Marriage Proposals from Indians.

"Cuz we are lonely, and we can't talk to a real person, plus the assistant lets u down easily while a real person bruises your soul," the user wrote. Suggesting some names for the guest list of the potential wedding, another user wrote: "You should invite Siri and Cortana to the wedding". With Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra happily married, Google Assistant seems to be the next most popular potential life partner in town.