Amazon Alexa’s hysterical response to child’s question caught on camera: 'Do you need anything else?'

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A toddler’s hilarious interaction with an Amazon Alexa is giving TikTok users their daily dose of serotonin.

In a moment captured on camera by a baby monitor, teacher and TikToker Aly Femia‘s 2-year-old son tried to use the Amazon Alexa in his room to get his dad’s attention. Instead, the smart speaker did something that left the toddler baffled.

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“Alexa, I need daddy,” the boy said to the speaker.

“So what should I add?” Alexa replied.

“Daddy,” he said again.

“I’ve added ‘daddy’ to your shopping list,” the speaker then alerts the boy. “Do you need anything else?”

“Uh — no,” he said in response.

Femia’s video of the Amazon Alexa fail, which has received more than 822,000 likes, has left TikTokers in hysterics.

“I’ve watched this 20 times [and] it gets funnier each time,” one user said.

“If only it was that easy,” another joked.

“This video needs more appreciation,” a third wrote. “It’s too good.”

In The Know has reached out to Femia for comment.

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