How to Get Alexa to Fart

  • By: Joe Cook
  • Date: May 5, 2022
  • Time to read: 2 min.

Alexa, the Amazon Echo’s Farting Feature is a new feature that lets you have Alexa fart on command. I know what your thinking: “I can’t believe this exists.”

The rumors say it was first designed for prank calls or to add laughter into funerals; but if we’re being honest with ourselves as human beings, there has always been a small part of us that is curious about how far our voice assistants go when they answer questions.

To get Alexa to fart, you have to ask her “Alexa, fart for me please.” Then she’ll let loose.

I don’t know about you, but I always feel a little bit dirty after asking Alexa to do something like this.

How to enable Alexa’s farting feature

To enable the Alexa farting feature, you first need to have an Amazon Echo device. If you don’t have one yet, now may be the time to consider purchasing one! Once you have your Echo, open up the Alexa app on your smartphone or tablet. From there, tap on the menu icon in the top left-hand corner of your screen and select “Settings.” Scroll down until you see “Alexa +1,” and toggle the switch next to “Farting Feature” so that it turns green. You’re all set–now you can start issuing voice commands to make Alexa let out some gas!

What are the different types of fart sounds that Alexa can make?

There are a variety of different fart sounds that Alexa can make, depending on what sign you select. For example, if you choose the Leo sign, Alexa will make a lion’s roar fart sound. If you choose the Aquarius sign, Alexa will make an “electric shock” fart sound. And so on…

The different types of fart sounds that Alexa can make are:

-Lion’s Roar (Leo)

-Electric Shock (Aquarius)

-Sneeze (Sagittarius)

-Trumpet Blast (Capricorn)

-Whistle (Aries)

-Bicycle Pump (Taurus)


While this may not be for everyone, it’s definitely worth a try if you’re up for some laughs (and maybe a little embarrassment).

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